Your car is your buddy. Maybe you picked it out, or maybe somehow it found you. You took it home, welcomed it to your family, and pledged to be friends forever. But then over time, things changed.
Kids. Puppies. Winter. Little fast-food “surprises” left under the back seat. Over time, you simply grew apart. Eventually, you got rid of it, never knowing if your old car or truck found a new forever home. Maybe it was sent to the auction. Maybe it was crushed. I have a tear in my eye just writing this. It is kind of sad.
So why does your car need PartsAdviser?
Because, it doesn’t have to end this way.
EVERY car, well at least every car besides the Yugo, rolls off the assembly line full of potential. Full of features. Full of life!
But then, unknown to most people, we start to de-engineer them. A part here or there that comes from a manufacturer that has sacrificed quality for profit, and that is “almost” as good as what came on the car originally. A technician that shortcuts a repair, or does a repair incorrectly. A feature that stops working that we decide to just live without. Maintenance that we decide against. All of these things start your vehicle down a slide, a slide the culminates with your vehicle no longer being close to what it was when it was new. The next thing you know, you are looking across the driveway at a vehicle that is merely a shell of what it used to be, what it wants to be.
Every day the people you trust to help make your vehicle last and keep it safe for you and your family make decisions that aren’t in the best interest of you or your car. Sometimes on purpose. Sometimes by mistake. Usually without the knowledge of the person that needs to know it the most, the vehicle owner.
That’s where we come in.
At PartsAdviser, we want you to know what we know. Through our years in the auto care industry, we have inside information on the manufacturers, the repair shops, and the parts suppliers. We want to tell you what you need to know, what they don’t want you to know, and what they wish you did know.
And the coolest thing? When we share information like this, we all win. We can reduce our vehicle costs, have better relationships with those who maintain our vehicles, and reduce the impact that all of us have on our environment. That is a much happier story.
Partsadviser – kind of a win, win, win, win, win thing.