Why Choose OEM Auto Parts?

No matter what the project is that you’re undertaking on your vehicle, original equipment manufacturer (OEM) auto parts are always the right option. Regardless of whether you’re taking on a monstrous job of rebuilding a wreck, you’re doing an engine rebuild, or just doing the finishing touches on a buy-to-sell project, you’re going to want to use OEM auto spares.

Yes, there are other, more affordable options. There are some really good aftermarket auto parts that would fit really well on most makes and models but not all aftermarket auto spares are completely compatible with your vehicle. Sometimes, bolt mounting holes are in the incorrect order, or the part is made of inferior quality sheet metal. The most important thing to remember is that not all aftermarket auto spares are covered by your insurance company and, in the event of a collision, mechanical failure, or electrical fire due to inferior-quality auto spares, you might not be covered. This could be a very costly mistake.


New or Used OEM Auto Spares

If possible, always look at new, original, factory-made auto parts. The advantages are obvious, you will receive the exact part for the task being undertaken. The auto spares will be factory produced and approved, tested by the engineers that designed the motor vehicle, guaranteeing a perfect fit if you had taken the time to ensure that the part number correlates with the original fitting. An additional advantage of making use of these auto spares is that most times they come with a guarantee or, if fitted correctly, at the very least, a factory warrantee that usually exceeds 12 months.

Sadly though, original factory components are extremely expensive and would burst the budget of the average home garage project, with the result that they usually only fit into the budgets of insurance-approved repairs. Unfortunately, new OEM auto spares are only available at designated product range dealerships and oftentimes are out of stock of certain components required in your order. This could cause delays in repair time which, in turn, could affect time-sensitive projects.

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Your Vehicle is Designed to Certain Specifications

This begs the question – if you take aftermarket components out of the equation, which would you select? Brand-new OEM auto parts or excellent condition, second-hand auto spares? Whichever you finally decide upon, always try to stick to the most originally manufactured design. The closer you stay within the original design specifications of auto parts, the better the maximum performance of the vehicle will be.

In today’s economically challenged times and with fuel prices escalating at the rates that they are, you would want your vehicle to run at the most optimum levels that it can achieve. This works from the ground up. Tyres need to be inflated to correct specifications. Wheel alignment, irresponsible driving, incorrect filters or sparkplugs, and badly timed engines or incorrect carburettor settings can all affect fuel economy. In order to keep your travelling costs down to a minimum, consult with your mechanic and ensure that all these settings are correct and functioning as best they can.


A.S.A.P. Spares – The Place to Go

One of the best ways to ensure that your vehicle can operate at the best levels is to pay A.S.A.P. Spares a visit. With our experienced consultants and our wealth of experience, we will supply you with the perfect auto spares for your car. Our specialised buyers ensure only the best pre-owned auto parts and when you need us, we will be here for you. Our polished, shelved staging area and our neatly organised scrapyard will more than likely be the answer to your prayers and if we don’t have it, we will find it for you. Place your order today or contact us through our website and we will send you a quote. Regardless of the size of your project, for affordable new and pre-loved auto parts, A.S.A.P. Spares is your solution.


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