In order to get Toyota replacement keys without an original, either visit a Toyota dealership for a new key or contact a locksmith who specializes in automotive keys. If one key is still available and does not have a chip in it, go to a store that makes duplicate keys.
A Toyota dealership can replace the keys to one of its vehicles because it usually keeps records of keys for each model. The dealership is able to program the chip for a remote key fob, allowing the key to communicate with the vehicle. The vehicle needs to be accessible to the dealership to complete this process, so the car may need to be towed there if no extra keys are available. Most dealerships are able to replace the key on the spot as long as a replacement key is on hand.
The dealership often requires the driver to show multiple forms of identification before issuing replacement keys, especially if the driver does not have any spare keys in his possession. It may be necessary to show a driver's license, proof of ownership and proof of car insurance. Also, the dealership charges the driver a fee that depends on the make and model of the car and the type of key being replaced.