What Aftermarket Parts Sellers Should Do NOW to Emerge Stronger from the COVID-19 Crisis - Counterman Magazine

What Aftermarket Parts Sellers Should Do NOW to Emerge Stronger from the COVID-19 Crisis

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Date: March 3, 2021

COVID-19 has caused a massive disruption for many industries across the world, with wide reaching impact for those in the automotive sector, including parts, accessories and tire sales. The combination of a sudden decrease in vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and customer footfall, as well as a slow economic recovery, means that aftermarket demand may take years to return to normal 2019 levels. However, if aftermarket players take steps now, they will improve their business and emerge stronger from the crisis.

 

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