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The Danger of Driving a Junk Car

When your car breaks, you may find ignoring the issue and continuing to drive the car easier than repairing or selling the car. However, there are several problems that can arise from driving a junk vehicle. Here are several reasons why you should bring your car in for cash at Ace Auto Parts, rather than continuing to drive it.

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Why You Should Buy Used Car Parts

When it comes to finding a way to fix a broken car, there are several options you can consider. As for repairing a broken vehicle, you can either purchase brand new car parts or stop by an auto shop and purchase used parts.

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How to Know Whether to Fix or Junk an Old Car

There comes a time when every vehicle owner must decide whether to junk their aged, worn-down car or to give another shot at repairing it. While repairing the old car could mean being able to drive it for a while longer, sometimes repairing the car simply isn’t an economically reliable decision. Sometimes junking your old car and purchasing a new car is a more affordable option.

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The Benefits of Replacing Both Headlights at Once

When one of your car’s headlights burns out, you may feel inclined to only change the defective headlight. After all, why would you need to change the other headlight if it is working perfectly fine? Before you assume all is well and only replace the burnt-out headlight, take a moment to consider these several reasons that explain why replacing both headlights at the same time is a better idea than you may think.

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Should You Buy a Car With a Salvage Title?

When looking for a new car, shoppers often hesitate to purchase cars with a salvage title. Despite being routinely reminded to stay away from salvage titled cars, the cars’ low prices and low mileage odometers may still tempt you to purchase the vehicle. There are several reasons why you should still remain cautious of these purchases.

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The Benefits of Buying a Used Car

One of the bigger purchases a person can make in their life is a new car. A critical part of purchasing a car is taking the time and careful consideration with each of your options, including used cars. While many buyers prefer a new car when making this purchase, there are several benefits to considering a used car.

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Signs You Should Replace Your Tires

Tires are a critical component of the overall operation of your vehicle. The tires on your car help you move and travel safely from point A to point B. Because of their high importance, it’s critical to recognize the signs that you’re in need of new tires.

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Why is it So Hard to Get Replacement Parts for Some Cars?

If you have a car that isn't one of the most run-of-the-mill varieties, you may have found that it's hard to get parts for it. In some cases, those parts simply aren't available, while in others, they are amazingly expensive. What causes these problems, and what can you do about it?

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The Perks Of Buying Used Tires from a Junkyard

Many people tend to assume that whenever there's an issue with one (or many) of their tires, they have to drop a serious amount of cash in order to get them replaced. However, many have turned to junkyards as a means to find tires to use for their vehicles. So what's the difference between buying used tires and other parts from a junkyard and buying new ones from a dealer? We're here to tell you about the perks of buying used tires at a junkyard.

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What to Look for When Buying a Used Radiator

A radiator helps to keep the engine of your car cool. It takes the heated coolant that has just passed through your automobile's engine and runs it through fins. These fins help to take the heat and push it outside of your car. The cooled off coolant then passes through the engine again, completing a cycle that is designed to keep as much heat as possible off your engine so it does not overheat.

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