Monthly Archives: April 2020

Auto parts shortage looming | Otago Daily Times News Online

Some southern vehicle repair companies are bracing for a potential parts shortage as Covid-19 affects global supply chains. The New Zealand Collision Repair Association predicts a shortage of parts due to the fact that regional suppliers in Australia, Asia and Europe are unable to supply by air and instead bring …

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How to Avoid Expensive Auto Repairs

Avoid costly car repairs Now is not the right time to start spending a lot of money on a new car. It’s time to think smart and get the most out of your existing vehicle. Or you could consider purchasing a low mileage used vehicle. Now that the economy is …

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Automotive Accessories Market – Impact of Covid-19 &

Auto Accessories (Impact of Covid-19) The global auto accessories market is expected to register significant growth in the near future, owing to the increasing demand for vehicle customization, especially among the younger generation. In addition, the inclination of customers towards an enhanced performance experience while stimulating the growth of the …

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Muldowney: Continued Customerization in Automotive Services: Customer Loyalty

With so many options to choose from, automotive service customers need a good reason not to just follow convenience and, sometimes, price. More than ever, today’s empowered consumers move quickly from competitor to competitor until their needs are met. Some never find a supplier they want to “settle in” with, …

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Wellesley Area Auto Services Spotlight: Keep Your Car In Top, Safe Condition

The Baker-Polito administration has listed auto service stores as transportation-related organizations that provide essential services and manpower related to COVID-19. As such, these companies can continue to operate brick and mortar facilities. These essential companies follow social distancing protocols for workers in accordance with guidelines from the Department of Public …

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