Find the Best Deals on Used Auto Parts

If your car is screaming for a certain part to be replaced, whether it is a faulty air-compressor, a worn out tire or perhaps a broken headlight, you know that it is time to shell out some of your savings and still toil for that elusive part that fits. But now you can relax, huge bills on auto-part replacements is a thing of the past. Nowadays a smart buyer can get the best quality car parts at the lowest prices and that too while sitting at home relaxing on a sofa.

Wondering how all this is possible? You probably haven’t heard of online auto-part sellers. These are dedicated websites that specialize in selling quality auto parts online. But that is not all they do. Apart from direct sales, they offer comprehensive services like choice of a variety of brands from various warehouses, customer support, free shipping, technical advice and the list goes on.

There is tremendous competition in the used auto-part industry and major players keep offering a bouquet of services to increase customer loyalty and satisfaction. Internet now is a place for some of the best deals on used auto parts and to be precise, a wide variety of auto parts is available at the click of a button.

A half hour of search on the internet is more than enough to locate the best deal on the car part you require and have it delivered at your doorstep. But before you do that, keep the following information in mind:

  • Buy only from an established seller
  • Buy the correct part by selecting the correct make, model and year
  • Ascertain the condition of the selected part before making the payment (You can even call the seller before purchasing)
  • Price is not the only consideration; make sure you are comparing products on quality and years of usage

With a bit of effort (i.e. switching your computer on), you can locate the best deals on the auto parts you require. So go ahead and finalize the deal online and treat your car with finest quality OEM auto parts at lowest prices delivered right to your doorstep.

James Rodham

Quality Auto Parts

How to Sell Your Car Part 2: How to Find Buyers

Today, the preparations are over and you are ready to locate some buyers.

Notice that I said you are ready to “locate buyers” instead of “advertise your car.” This is an important and intentional distinction. There is a big difference between putting a for sale sign in the window and being proactive about selling your vehicle.

“For Sale” signs won’t sell your car. You have to sell your car. To do that, you have to locate a buyer.

The first step in locating buyers is to make yourself easy to find.

Put your car everywhere. eBay, Craigslist, Cars.com, AutoTrader, Twitter, Facebook, your blog, your church bulletin board, your bulletin board at work, the bulletin board at the gym, and on and on.

Many of the listing sights, such as Cars.com, will allow you to print up a really attractive flyer for your listing. It should be in color, have pictures, and have all necessary information including the price you decided on in my previous article on preparing sell your car.

Make sure all of your listings are consistent and put as many pictures up as the site will permit. Make sure you take lots of clear pictures and be prepared to e-mail more as necessary.

The next step in locating buyers is talking to people.

I was shocked that after only a couple of months with a Facebook account, I had over 200 “friends.” Do I really know 200 people? I guess so. You probably do to. Make it your goal that every one of those people will know that you have a car for sale. Every. One.

Even though you put flyers everywhere, remember that flyers aren’t responsible for selling your car either. Putting up flyers isn’t the end goal, selling the car is. So be proactive.

Send out an e-mail blast to your friends with a few moderately sized photos. Talk to everyone at work. Talk to everyone at the gym. Talk to everyone at the church. Don’t be shy.

Ask them, “Did you see my flyer on the bulletin board? I’m selling my 2002 Wrangler, if you know anyone.” That’s it! How much time did that take? Two seconds? No pressure. No sales tactics. And it will be worth while when you hear, “You know, my cousin is looking for one of those. I’ll take him a flyer.”

The final step in locating buyers is following up.

If someone e-mails you, e-mail them back. If someone calls you, call them back. If someone is taking a flyer to their cousin, ask how that went and see if you can get their e-mail to send some more photos.

You don’t have to be obnoxious or annoying, but you also don’t have to wait for someone to beg you for your car before you actually try to sell it.

If you follow these three steps, you shouldn’t have any trouble locating buyers for your well priced, clean, and inspected vehicle.

Next step, what to do once you have a buyer.