When a key breaks in the lock, a locksmith will typically use a broken key extractor to remove any of the pieces. Then, they'll duplicate the key and use it to unlock your car. If you left your keys inside your car, your locksmith will likely use a Slim Jim to gain access. For older cars that have changed locking and unlocking buttons near the inner panel of the doors, automatic locksmiths use a J-shaped tool.
This tool is inserted through the top of the window and manipulated to open the car door by lifting the unlock button. The L tool is similar in design to the J tool, but has a slightly different shape that is suitable for certain car models and designs. Both the J and L tools can be used to reach out and open the car door by lifting the unlock button. The Slim Jim, which is used by all locksmiths offering automotive services, allows them to enter your vehicle quickly. No matter what type of car you have, a locksmith will be able to get you back in with the right tools.
They'll assess your situation and determine which tool is best for unlocking your car door. With their expertise and specialized tools, you can rest assured that your vehicle will be opened safely and securely.