AASA Vision: What Will The Aftermarket Look Like In 2035?
A new AASA-commissioned study looks at the trends that will shape the automotive aftermarket in the future.
Online Sales Of Auto Parts Continue To Surge
Online sales of automotive parts and accessories are up 42% since the first week of March, according to an analysis by Hedges & Co.
Internet Retailer US Auto Parts Reports $5 Million Net Loss for 2018
A dispute with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and a drop in its website traffic hurt the company’s top and bottom lines.
AutoZone Now Offers Next-Day Home Delivery for Online Purchases
AutoZone parts and accessories are available for next-day delivery in 83 markets, covering roughly 80 percent of the U.S. population, according to the company
Carvana Continues Rapid Expansion, Launches in Michigan and Indiana
Carvana now services more than 75 markets across the country.
eBay Motors Launches ‘Shop by Diagram’ for DIYers
eBay Motors said it has added two new tools designed to simplify the process of online shopping for auto parts.
US Auto Parts: Customs Spat, Decline in E-Commerce Traffic Led to Q2 Loss
In April, U.S. Auto Parts filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security seeking relief from an enhanced bonding requirement that Customs imposed on the company for importing certain grilles that allegedly were counterfeit and infringed upon OEM trademarks.