I understand that this site is mainly dedicate to car care and maintenance, however my question was closed as off-topic. Losing keys, I feel is a on topic problem but apparently the comment thinks other wise (three downvotes and a mod closure). My question here is how exactly is this off topic so that I don't make this mistake again?
This isn't a question you would ask of a motor vehicle repair professional. They may happen to know the answer, but not because of their expertise in vehicle repair.
Your question would be better suited to a car enthusiast site, a site for the end user/consumer. We've discussed whether this site would include driving and car "enthusiast" questions, but the community decided it was outside the scope of "Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair."
I look at it like this: are you asking about something that's broken on your car? Are you asking how to improve something about the car? The good questions all seem to start with a problem that's directly related to a specific car and one that's currently giving you fits, prompting a turn to the internet.
For example: a great key-related question would be something like "I just broke the key off in my door and can't get a grip with pliers - can I disassemble the handle and, if so, how?"
My short answer to that hypothetical question, by the way, is no, you're probably screwed.