When replacing a catalytic converter, it’s important to know whether the vehicle falls under EPA or CARB emissions standards.
Farms and ranches offer plenty of opportunities for parts stores to harvest profits.
They feature iconic cars, exciting chase scenes and even the occasional Oscar-worthy performance.
While not as thorough as the GM SPID decal, some major component options can be decoded from the door sticker on Fords too.
The skills needed to be a successful counter pro provide a great foundation for the leap to store manager.
In Counter View, I often refer to parts specialists as “those of us behind the counter.” In reality, there’s an awful lot that we do that happens well-away from the comfort of our workstations.
Tire-pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) have been a mandatory feature on new vehicles for over a decade. But in some form or another, they have been around for nearly 30 years.
For many of our customers, warranty is a driving factor in their purchasing decisions, and it can have a big influence on what they purchase from us.
Servicing body shop customers can be a very profitable opportunity. But in order to successfully cater to their needs, your store needs to be prepared for the unique requests that accompany these accounts.
One of the most diverse categories in any parts store is found in the motor-oil display area. With a dizzying array of brands, base stocks, viscosities and additive packages, there are oils for every application.