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Lost your keys? Got locked out of your car?
No worries, we're here to help!

Experienced Car Locksmith in Hopkins, MN.

Whether you're locked out of your car and in need of help from an automotive locksmith, you've lost your keys and need someone to generate new keys for you, or just need a jump-start, Hamel's Key, LLC are the Hopkins, MN car key and locksmithing experts who can get your car back on the road with you in it in no time! 

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What clients are saying about our locksmith services in Hopkins, MN

Simon was both flexible and professional. I additionally appreciated the curiosity and passion he presented while attacking my specific project. Would recommend to anyone!

Blair B.

How much does it cost to replace lost car keys?

Mechanical keys start at $89.95.

Proxy Keyless Entry Remote starts at $214.95.

Remote Head Key starts at $154.95.

Transponders (Chip Keys) start at $124.95.

Prices vary based on type, & vehicle make/model.

How quickly can I get my lost car keys replaced?

Most makes and models we can get replaced same day.  Give us a call and check if we've got your make and model in stock and we'll make a plan to get you back in your vehicle and on your way as soon as possible! 

Can your locksmith get me back in my car?

We absolutely can get you back in your car! If you've lost your keys and need new keys generated we'll even unlock the doors and jump-start your car included in the price of key generation. 

Hopkins, MN is awesome!

There are tons of fun activities to do in Hopkins including the Hopkins Pavilion with tantalizing turf activities like youth soccer, rugby, turf tots, and lacrosse. After all that playing hunger sets in, but that's okay because one of the best burgers I've ever had was the 819 Old Fashioned Burger from Pub 819. When it comes to Hopkins, rasperry lovers rejoice! Hopkins, MN is the home of the Hopkins Raspberry Festival taking place the third weekend of July each year. The Raspberry Festival has been an annual tradition since 1935.  

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