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Euro Car Parts have always got offers on, discounts codes and promos are not hard to find they are not the sort of company to hide them. So, no need to search google just go to their ECP home page and you should find the latest discount codes there.
Well I don’t know exactly where you are but it’s easy to find your nearest store just input your postcode in the store finder option. Euro Car Parts have over 200 stores across the UK so there’s bound to be one near you.
ECP do state parts returned must be in a re-saleable condition and in the original packing. I have personally never had a problem returning items that I have ordered online through my account. In fact I have found them to be very accommodating if I have made a mistake ordering the wrong part.
They do offer the new number plate services although this is only available to trade customers who are registered with the DVLA.
A number of delivery services are available you can opt for the free delivery service or upgrade for to a premium service and get your item quicker. There is also the option of going to your local Euro Car Parts shop to pick up your item in person. Check first that your part is in stock.
They sell an unrivalled choice of brands for all needs and budgets. The range of OEM parts from original equipment suppliers is by far the best in the country. All parts are sourced directly from the manufacturers to guarantee the lowest price and best availability.
Supplying your own parts
Using your own car parts
Cars are built from many assorted parts and when your car develops a problem it can be an expensive and inconvenient time. Taking it to a garage is completely a hit and miss mission. You could get a mechanic who has a passion for his profession and loves to resolve mechanical issues at a fair price. Then again you could come across a mechanic who walks round your car humming and harring figuring out how much more he or she can charge you.
Motor mechanics usually charge by the hour this can vary wildly depending on area, also for no particular reason. When a garage orders parts for your car they will often mark up on parts. This means they will add a percentage on the overall price. Not sure why, if its because of the time it takes to order the part. Recent research shows the range of mark-up on parts can be between 100% and 25% so a lot of money to be made.
Serving your own car
Basic mechanical jobs on your car can be done by a competent diy mechanic. Undertaking a service on your car, changing the air, fuel filter and oil change are well within the clutch of a keen and capable DIYer. Buying your own parts to fix your car yourself or for a mechanic to do the repair can be cheaper. Some mechanic will not use the customers parts and will cite warranty and insurance issues.
The options for buying new car parts are firstly OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer made by the official manufacturer of a vehicle. Secondly there is aftermarket parts this is any part for a car that is not sourced from the maker of the car.
Londoners pay the most for their car repairs with the NorthWest paying the lowest prices.