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Posted by Kathryn Booth at Sunday, November 15th, 2020 - 15:19:12 PM in Car Parts
What this means is that you can sometimes save a lot of money by sourcing the motor spares you need online, instead of buying through garages, or through major car manufacturers.
In some cases, you might have some luck finding original car parts for a car that old online, but even that could be a bit of a stretch. You'll likely find a ton of after market options, but if you want to be a purist when it comes to a full classic car restoration, anything other than an original panel will simply not do.
No one wants to be in an accident. There is a risk of injury or death and it can be a traumatic experience and give you serious reservations about driving in the future. What's more, a mild to serious accident can leave you without a car. With an older car, this could prove to be a real issue. Seeing all the car parts strewn across the accident scene can leave you will a sinking feeling that your car is over and done with, apart from the shock and disbelief that is so common after being in a car accident. So the real question is what is next.
The truth is, as long as the motor spares that are fitted are in good condition and suitable for the job (i.e. they are right car parts for the right car model), most garages and mechanics will not object if you want to provide the parts yourself. They still get their markup on the labour. Next time you are facing an MOT repair job, find out what the parts are and ask if you can source your own. Yes, it might slow the job down a bit (and if you need an urgent repair, you'll probably have to go with what the garage provides) but if you do have the time, go for it!
In order to avoid this, you want to be sure that your insurance company pays you directly for the repairs as opposed to settling the bill after the repairs are done. This will give you the freedom to have the car repaired where you choose and have the car parts used that you wish to be used.