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DIY Automotive Diagnostics

Working on cars isn’t like it used to be.

DIY Automotive Diagnostics
Meguiar’s Introduces All-New Hybrid Paint Coating Kit

The kit features an easy-to-use spray-on coating for the everyday DIYer.

Meguiars Hybrid Paint Coating Kit
Selling Safety Products

The pandemic has heightened interest in safety and health products, but parts stores always have played in this space.

Advance Auto Parts: Annual Sales Top $10 Billion For First Time

Comparable-store sales for the year were up 2.4%.

VIDEO: Top 10 DIY Auto Care Jobs

Let’s take a look at the 10 most popular DIY auto care jobs, from Counterman’s 2020 P.A.R.T.S. Survey.

VIDEO: Stocking Stuffers For DIYers

These gift ideas should be on your customers’ radar when the holidays roll around.

DIY Momentum Drives 10% Sales Gain For Advance Auto Parts

Comparable-store sales jumped 10.2% compared to third-quarter 2019, marking Advance’s biggest comp-sales increase in 15 years.

The Great Outdoors: Tips For Selling Trailer Parts

Addressing these maintenance items can help ensure that your customers’ last-minute camping trips go off without a hitch.

Exploring Engine Misfires

Throwing parts at a random misfire code is the worst way to solve the problem.

AutoZone’s Commercial Sales Grow 14% In Fiscal First Quarter

Overall, AutoZone reported net sales of $2.8 billion for its fiscal first quarter, a nearly 6% year-over-year increase.

AutoZone Fiscal 2019: Commercial Growth ‘Robust,’ DIY Business Steady As Sales Jump 6%

AutoZone is ringing in its fiscal new year with plenty to toast, after the company reported record sales and continued to make inroads with commercial customers during its fiscal 2019, which ended Aug. 31.

Wiper-Blade Inspection; 5 Questions to Ask

Many OEMs and wiper manufacturers recommend replacing the wiper blades every six to 12 months. However, wiper life can vary greatly depending on region of the country and the conditions under which the vehicle is operated. The only way to know is to inspect the blades.