Guide to Auto Replacement Parts
On normal wear and tear, steering, breaks, suspension and other parts of your car wear out and need to be replaced. Regular inspections are important to keep a safe vehicle. Factors that speedup the deterioration of components depends on the year or model of your motor vehicle, driving habits and consistency of regular maintenance like wheel alignment and chassis lubrication. To get you back on the road as soon as possible, the cheat sheet below is your guide to auto replacement parts; including cost, tool kit size, time of commitment and level of experience needed. Check your owner’s manual, considering these may differ from car to car. See also the Basic Car Maintenance Checklist and the Types of Car Insurance You Should Consider.