Only a few vehicle lines have traveled more miles than a Chevrolet Suburban. It's the longest continuous use name in production - the first ones rolled off the line in 1935. Drivers today are part of a long tradition of hauling cargo in a Suburban.
As technology has advanced, the Suburban has been equipped with a remote entry system, and has quickly gone from a luxury amenity to a critical function. A working remote offers extra convenience and security for drivers, and if the fob gets broken, those features become sorely missed.
At Keyless Entry Remote Fob, we have our own history of helping drivers replace broken or missing remotes with authentic, OEM fobs and keys. Since 2011, we've worked with auto dealers, auctions and salvage yards to secure extra, unused fobs, then pass savings on to drivers. That means drivers can get a replacement in their hands for up to 80 percent off a dealer's price. Combined with our outstanding shipping deals and lifetime replacement program, you'll be able to add miles and miles to the Suburban's legacy for less.