Keyless entry systems are commonplace these days, and you can expect to see them in an increasing amount of private households. High-tech keyless entry and electronic safety methods aren’t just for James Bond or Marriott anymore, as they become more affordable every year. But if you’ve ever looked at keyless entry systems, you’d know that “more affordable” just means they cost a little less.
In all reality, keyless entry systems can still be pretty expensive when you compare a keyless entry system to a regular old lock-and-key. So, are keyless entry systems worth the cost? Do keyless entry systems really provide a higher level of security when compared to their older analog counterparts?