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Recycled Auto Parts: Why Junkyard Parts Are Not a Terrible Thing

If you ever have the unfortunate experience of an automobile accident, then the entire aftermath of filing a claim and waiting for repairs can seem overwhelming. There’s the towing, the rental, the appraisal, choosing a repair facility, and trying to understand jargon from a world that feels foreign to you. Going back and forth with the insurance company can take a lot of time, as well. Read more

Parting Out Motorcycles: A Profitable Side Gig

One of the absolute best uses of a salvage auction is as a source for parts. Aftermarket or OEM parts are cost-prohibitive; sometimes using them to make significant repairs on a motorcycle or scooter can cost more than replacing it with a running vehicle of the same model and year. To save customers and garages money, many people look to salvage parts for repairing needs. Bikes that are largely intact can be located fairly easily and used to make major repairs or replacements. Read more

Need Better Fuel Economy This Spring? Consider Buying a Motorcycle

The weather is getting warmer, and you know what that means – Gas / Petrol / Benzine / Gasoline prices are going up. Now is the time to get a more fuel efficient vehicle. Before you start checking out $10,000 smart cars, however, you might think about another gas-saving alternative: a motorcycle. Motorcycles and mopeds are becoming increasingly popular among commuters and joy riders, due at least in part to their great fuel economy. Read more