Covering Mitcham & Surrounding Areas
Keys 4 Cars Ltd. provide a comprehensive range of professional, mobile automotive locksmith and car key services for Mitcham car and van owners including:
- Cheap car key replacement
- Car key programming
- Key and lock repairs
- Car key cutting
- Car opening
- 24-hour emergency vehicle callouts
So, if you’re stranded in Mitcham or just need a replacement key, general advice or a price, get in touch now.
Mitcham services, including car key replacement, cutting & programming
We offer a range of non-emergency services which include car opening, car key replacement, car key & fob programming, lock & ignition barrel repairs.
Are we available 365 days a year?
Yes; even on Christmas Day. You can contact us any time of the day or night, 365 days a year.
Emergency 24-hour mobile car opening in Mitcham
We have all the necessary tools to provide a fast, damage-free car or van entry service anywhere in Mitcham CR4 – Day or night
It’s a common problem to either lose your keys or accidentally lock them in your car. We won’t damage or cause any signs of forced entry when opening car doors as our skilled team have professional tools and are experts at car lock picking and we’re available for emergencies 24-hours a day.
We can deal with virtually any make & model of car
Audi, Alfa Romeo, BMW, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Citroen, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Isuzu, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Landrover, LDV, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes, MG, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Opel, Peugeot, Proton, Renault, Rover, Saab, Seat, Skoda, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Vauxhall & Volkswagen.
Areas in and around Mitcham, Surrey that we also cover:
CR4 – Mitcham, Mitcham Common, Pollards Hill (part), Eastfields (part)
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Curious Mitcham facts
Recorded in the Domesday Book as Michelham, it’s thought that Mitcham originally got its name from the Old English words for “big settlement”. The area was Celtic in origin prior to the Romans and Saxons and a Celtic settlement has been discovered in the Mitcham area. This comprises of a hill fort around Pollards Hill. Roman graves have also been discovered in Mitcham and there is also an Anglo-Saxon graveyard on the north bank of the Wandle. Many of Mitcham’s finds can be seen in the British Museum. It’s also thought that Mitcham was amongst some of the first populated areas by the Anglo-Saxons.