Oh dear, the closest to a quote I could find looked around £200 and I thought/hoped it was a piss take. Her keys may still show up as she's convinced they're here somewhere.Colin Lambert said:Oh Mrs Hugh are you in deep doo-doo or WHAT! I do hope Mr Hugh loves you lots!
(I think a divorce might be cheaper, or simply say, you lost it you can't drive the car anymore)
Can't find the actual cost of a Kodiaq key but lookey here. SIT DOWN FIRST!
THEN you have to get it coded!
A genuine Gucci/ HERMÈS handbag should cover it. You have to leave her something to walk in!ChrisL said:
Yes, three keys. One for me, one for the wife (which she hardly ever uses. She has only driven twice) and a spare which had attached to it a plastic tab with a code thereon. Yes they all work.Colin Lambert said:I wonder why you were given three?
I have never been given 3 keys with any new car? Weird.
Do they all work or has some other poor sod only got one key?
My house insurance doesn't cover car keys and I don't have the cover on my car insurance. I don't really believe in spending extra for cover like that. For instance, in 21 years of driving I've never lost a key yet. The extra cost to cover it isn't economical over the period.Tojo136 said:Have you checked if you bank or insurance covers you for lost keys? Most of them do now due to the cost of replacements.
I've tore the flat to bits for a couple of hours here and there but no luck as yet. I've been through every toy box and looked inside every truck and car :lol: She's convinced it's here somewhere :roll:Colin Lambert said:Have you found it yet??