There are various types of car locks with some being more secure than others. However, in general, all call locks are mechanical. The locks use a uniquely designed mechanical system which locks and unlocks the door. However, because these locks are mechanical things can go wrong, not to mention the fact that rust and dust can end up spoiling the locks in the long run. In most cases, it's always a good idea to replace a sticking or rusty lock before you end up getting locked out or in your own car.
There are a number of things that can go wrong with car locks. Usually, an aging lock or one that needs to be serviced will become unreliable and perhaps start to stick. When a lock starts to stick it's safe to assume that there is something wrong with it which means that it should be looked at by a vehicular locksmith. If the locksmith recommends replacing the car locks it's important to replace it with a genuine lock. A high-quality lock will last long, and so you'll experience years of trouble-free usage.
We currently sell an array of car locks for various brands of cars including Honda, Toyota, Mercedes, Audi, etc. However, the key to buying the right lock is first to make sure that its compatible with your vehicle. If you need help buying a lock or finding the right one on our website then call or email us right away. We will then help you choose the right brand and product. Alternatively, you could also try searching our website via the lock's part number.