Rocky’s Ace Hardware Opens In-Store ChipKeys Center

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Springfield-Based Hardware Store Now Creating High-Security Automotive Keys

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Rocky's can replace your high-security key quickly and for a significantly lower price in comparison to other suppliers.

Rocky’s Ace Hardware is excited to announce the opening of a new C3 Certified ChipKey Center® in its stores. The neighborhood hardware store is now a convenient destination to purchase additional high-security automotive keys made for your car or truck. Customers can have their automotive ChipKeys programmed and cut by trained and certified technicians while they wait.

ChipKeys are high-security keys that look just like regular car keys, except there is a computer chip embedded in the head of the key. The computer chip holds a password recognized by your car. The computer in your vehicle reads the password and if it is correct, the vehicle will start. Otherwise, the vehicle will be inoperable.

Currently, there are more than 120 million cars and trucks on the road using ChipKeys and 90% of all new cars and trucks manufactured use high security ChipKeys. Normally, transponder keys are only available through car manufacturers and can be very costly if lost. However, Rocky’s new service can replace your high-security key quickly and for a significantly lower price in comparison to other suppliers.

About Rocky’s Ace Hardware:

Rocky’s Ace Hardware, a family-owned business, first opened its doors in 1926 and has since opened 33 stores in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Florida. The neighborhood hardware store is known for its quality selection of paint, lawn and garden products, pet supplies and hardware tools. For more information, visit http://www.rockys.com/default/.

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