New technologies have changed how we interact with our cars. But replacement parts quality matters more than ever.
Part 1: The Part Arrives, Time to Investigate Let’s start at the beginning of a part’s journey: the delivery. A part of your vehicle has failed–let’s say a fuel pump. After performing some research, you order the new pump, take it home, and open the box. Only for you to notice that there are pieces
Coverage includes ball joints, control arms, stabilizer-bar links and inner and outer tie-rod ends.
The Auto Care Association submitted comments to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative in response to member complaints regarding the proliferation of online supply chains based in China that allow the online distribution of counterfeit parts.
Online mega-retailer Amazon has reportedly signed contracts with some of the country’s largest parts manufacturers, which could align the retailer to join to aftermarket auto parts business.