How to Save Money on Auto Parts with Google.
As costs of car or truck ownership seem to to keep rising, gas prices are uncertain and could rise again very easily and the economy seems to be at a standstill, it is important to save anywhere we can. An easy way to save quick cash is with auto parts. Most auto parts are sold through distributors and not directly from the manufacturer, so there is a lot of markup and deviation in pricing. Let me restate that – A lot of markup and deviation which helps make your local car dealer very wealthy. Here’s how to use Google and a little know how to save the most on auto parts and keep your hard earned money for more important things like birthday presents for your kids, college tuition and family vacations.
One way to save on auto parts and even on the servicing itself is to shop around. Because there are lots of distributors and manufacturers you will probably find that the price for a car or truck part will be different from each one. It pays to pick up the phone and call it around. Some places will give you a much better price or discount if you do other services or order more parts from them. Hang it out there – ask like this – “If I get 4 new tires what kind of a deal can I get then?” It works and you can’t get a discount if you don’t ask for it.
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Once you’ve shopped it around, try the internet. Yes, the grass is greener on the other side and you can get a better deal on the internet. Use Google to search for your needed or desired parts. Ebay is a good source, but don’t rule out websites from salvage yards as they are your best deal. Salvage yards can and usually do give you the best price on used auto parts. And don’t go thinking its all junk, quite the contrary, most salvage yards are multinational, reputable companies listed on the stock exchange with hundreds of employees. They are fully modernized and many only carry cars for a short period of time and then what is not sold is stripped and melted. Some of these salvage websites will let several salvage centers bid on your needed part or parts. A salvage site listed on Google, Car-parts.com, is the best. You enter in exactly what you want and you will get many offers and they will deliver it to you or to the service department or company you desire. In less than 30 seconds on Google you can find your part and get a great price.
Expect savings of 50-80% or more on used auto parts through a salvage company online. Their parts are just as good as new ones. If they have defects, they will tell you on car-parts.com. Also, the good thing with the salvage yards online is there is no fraud like there can be on Ebay. You are only dealing with proven reputable salvage yards – no one is selling stuff out of their basement as with Ebay. Google is excellent for searching for auto parts online and makes it simple. You can also use smaller, local salvage yards. I went to one and found a car that had hit a tree head on, but all 4 tires were in perfect shape and the car had less than 3,000 miles on it. They let me have the tires and wheels for $200 (they were from a 2000 Ford Mustang GT and at the dealer they wanted $240 per tire and $500 per wheel) – these looked every bit as new and worked great until I sold the car over 3 years later. The only thing about a local salvage yard is usually you have to get the part, bring your own tools and maybe get a little dirty. Some will pull the part for you, but expect to pay a little more. Article provided by MDWholesale.com headlight cleaner, headlight restoration and headlight repair.
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