Add the rising cost of car auto parts to the rising cost of gasoline, and we have two solid reasons why so many Americans are struggling to keep their vehicles on the road.
We can’t do a darned thing about the rising cost of fuel, but we can tell you how to beat the rising price of car auto parts, and we will do that in this article.
Where to find less-expensive car auto parts?
The solution is so simple that, quite frankly, it’s amazing everyone who is not rich does not take advantage of it.
The solution is salvage yards.
With an industry-standard savings of 40% on auto and truck parts, it is no surprise that salvage yards are thriving in the United States. Considering the fact that the average auto owner, in the United States, spends thousands on car maintenance and car repair, each year, a savings of 40% on parts is huge . . . and . . . along with those savings, you can add the savings in labor because you will be doing the labor yourself, embracing the DIY movement and saving all of that money.
Think about the last time you took your vehicle to a mechanic to have it worked on. Even if you simply took it in to get a tune-up, you spent $500 or more. If you took it in to have a fuel pump replaced, or a water pump replaced, or a steering wheel column replaced, the bill came to a couple thousand dollars
What could you spend that money on, if you didn’t have to spend it on car repairs and maintenance?
What if you don’t know how to install car auto parts?
And therein lies the #1 reason why people do not go to salvage yards for their replacement parts: they are afraid they do not know enough about car repair to do the job themselves.
And, to that, we say hogwash! There is a YouTube video on every single car repair imaginable, so that all that is required is a willingness to get a little grease on your hands and dive into the work. We absolutely promise that, if you have the tools necessary, most of you reading this can teach yourself how to replace most parts in any vehicle.
Salvage yards are thriving for a very good reason
For the bottom 99% of Americans, money is tight. The economy seems, at times, to be conspiring against most Americans, making it very hard for them to save any money at all, despite the fact that they are working harder than they have every worked.
Is it any wonder, then, that more and more people are embracing the salvage yards in their area, and learning how to do repairs on their own?
And you could, quite easily, become part of that growing movement towards DIY car repair.
A final word about All Import Auto Parts
All Import Auto Parts is a family owned and operated business, and we have been providing quality used auto parts, to Fort Worth residents, for over three decades. In a highly-competitive industry, that kind of longevity speaks volumes about our customer satisfaction. Call us, tell us what you need, get your tools ready, and save some money.