How To Separate Rental Car Keys #1| Mr. Locksmith blog
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When you rent a car you usually give you two car keys/fobs crimped together on a metal wire. If you lose the keys you could be liable to replace not one but two keys and it could cost you $250-$700.
When I travel I usually have no tools, my Leather Man or Swiss Army knife (AirPort Security). A very simple method for breaking the crimped key chain wire is to just twist the two keys clockwise until either the cable or the crimp breaks.
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