FREE TRAINING AVAILABLE
FREE TRAINING AVAILABLE Nothing is more valuable to the beginning locksmith
than hands-on practice, and for anyone hoping to break into the field of
automotive locksmithing there is a great opportunity that is often overlooked:
The local junkyard. Read up on basic procedures and gather the tools that you
know will be needed. Then go to one of the "pull your own parts" yards
and spend a few hours pulling door panels, reading wafer locks, working on
steering columns, and practicing your impressioning techniques with different
autos (make sure you don't waste time trying to pick side-bar type locks, though
– concentrate on picking older Ford and Chrysler locks with the pin tumbler
These yards charge a minimal entrance fee, usually around $5 at most, and you
can spend all day there if you so choose. It's also a great way to stock up some
oft-needed spare parts. You can buy perfectly good door locks, clips, and door
panel fasteners for pennies.
We at Pick-a-lock.com do not offer automotive locksmith training, but I thought
this to be a pretty good idea to get some good auto experience.