According to research by a leading science daily, advanced automobile technologies will change the way our cars age. The studies suggest that use of certain alloys will allow auto parts to regenerate, refresh and rejuvenate themselves to get rid of all wear and tear. There will never be a need to replace even a single bolt in your car unless there is a major case of breakage.
All this sounds good in the head, doesn’t it? But the truth is that such scientific reports come and go everyday. The fact remains that with every passing minute, with every rev of the engine and with every spin of the wheel; our cars age and usually require a few parts to be replaced during their lifetime.
So what to do when your car cries out for a part replacement? Your mechanic may dole out advice after advice to fill his own pockets but you need to remember that you have only two options. Either you can go back to your car manufacturer and place a request for a brand new part used auto parts or alternatively, you can purchase a used car-part from numerous car warehouses or scrap-yards in your state. Whichever option you choose, you need to consider some aspects of your decision before taking that step.
Honestly, car-part replacement is the least favorite result for any car owner. Anyone who loves his car would prefer spending money on accessorizing, customizing and enhancing his car rather than paying huge bills for car repairs and part replacements.
Brand new OEM parts from your vehicle manufacturer will definitely be a perfect fit for your car model and deliver peak performance. These parts will also come with a warranty, quality assurance and in some cases, technical support as well. But as they say, the best things come at a high price. If you are willing to pay, you can go the “brand new part” way. But figures suggest that only two among ten people purchase a new auto part. So what are the other eight people doing?…