New System Enables Retailers to Make Replacement Car Keyless Entry Remotes on Demand

New System Enables Retailers to Make Replacement Car Keyless Entry Remotes on Demand

Featured at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, KeylessRide's patent-pending Learn and Burn system enables retailers to burn new replacement keyless entry remotes on demand.

Featured at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, KeylessRide’s patent-pending Learn and Burn system enables retailers to burn new replacement keyless entry remotes on demand.

Unlike other universal remote copying devices, the KeylessRide Learn and Burn System does not require the customer to have an existing working remote. The customer simply provides the year, make and model of the vehicle or the vehicle identification number (VIN) and the proper wireless codes are then burned onto remote blanks through the Learn and Burn System. The Learn and Burn system offers retailers maximum coverage while minimizing inventory requirements. In fact, only four remote blanks are required to handle more than 21 million compatible vehicles on the road today.

The Learn and Burn System is being made available exclusively through KeylessRide’s network of 600 retail locations. Consumers can find KeylessRide retailers at www.keylessride.com. For more information on establishing a retail location, contact Noel Lopez, director of business development at (877) 619-3136 or visit www.keylessride.com.

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