The question 'How to pick a car lock' assumes each car has the same lock!
Unfortunately for us, that's not true.
There's almost as many locks as there is types of car.
However, there are many excellent lock picking solutions to this problem.
Picking locks on vehicles offers the locksmith and lock picker an interesting challenge.
With so many vehicles and so many locks a wide range of tools is available to ensure you have the necessary skills to get the job done.
Some picks for cars will work on a variety of models, and a variety of locks.
Some don't go via the lock at all and use bypass methods to gain entry.
So when browsing our car lock picks, be sure to see if the pick is dedicated to one type of car lock, or a variety.
See if it's to be used on a particular type of lock that many cars have fitted.
Alternatively you might wish to avoid the lock altogether and work out how to bypass it with an airbag and something like the best-selling Goldfinger.
Have a look at our range of tools and decide what solution you require for the problem in hand. If you have any questions, please let us know at email@example.com, we're always happy to help.
Easy to use with what's become a conventional auto-wrench tool and two rakes. Once inserted into the keyhole, he wrench guides the rakes so you just need to rake the lock by inserting and withdrawing the tool at different rates and bias (ie left right, up and down) although only slightly, barely observable with the eye, eventually - and if it's going to work it will usually be between a matter of seconds or a few minutes, the lock opens.
(VAG) Volkswagon Audi Group: VW, AUDI, Seat, Skoda, Porsche.
This inner groove pick is for pre 2005 locks that were replaced with a double clutch in 2005. For those locks we have another VAG Double x2 Pick.
Inner Groove Picks (IGP) work using a 'fixed rake' on the picking end of the tool.