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Epoch Times: Auto DIY'ers Flooding Online Parts Suppliers
January 30, 2015 - San Diego, CA - When Epoch Times wrote a piece on Auto DIY'ers Flooding Online Parts Suppliers they chose to quote BuyAutoParts.com CEO Dara Greaney. The article written by Chris Grasso explains that the online retail for auto parts has risen 16% over 2013. There has also been a shift in where consumers are buying their parts, as there was only a 1.5% increase at brick and mortar stores.
BuyAutoParts.com CEO Dara Greaney said, "We're seeing customers becoming more sophisticated in their buying habits. Previously only the mechanically inclined could buy online because they knew what to buy. They rest had to get help. Today a consumer can quickly become educated on something like brake pad formulations and make an informed purchase - never having to speak to anyone."
Although brick and mortar stores of the past are still operating, they have also shifted their attention to their online sales presence as more people are looking to buy auto parts online. Consumers are doing more research as they look for better prices along with good customer service, something BuyAutoParts.com offers with its American sales and customer service team.
With more information at their fingertips, consumers are able to find the right parts, often at a cheaper price than their local auto parts store. They are able read reviews from previous customers and make better informed decisions as many consumers look for warranties, easy returns, and free shipping. Buy Auto Parts boasts a 9.72 out of 10 Reseller Rating with over 4,000 reviews and a A+ BBB grade.
More DIY'ers are choosing to buy their parts online because of the easy navigation and simplicity of having their parts delivered to their door at a cheaper price than going to their local auto parts store. With videos and how to guides, BuyAutoParts.com gives their customers the confidence to buy the right parts and even provide online resources to help with installation, should they need any.
E-Commerce continues to rise, driving online auto parts sales and giving consumers more options. Although brick and mortar stores will continue to cater to some DIY'ers as they want to physically handle the product or being able to talk about their project face to face with a salesman before purchasing. Online auto parts retailers like BuyAutoParts.com will continue to see growth year over year as the market continues to grow and consumers gain more confidence.