Importance of having good fenders for your Trucks


When you drive a vehicle each and every part of it should function as expected and parts that are for protection should be intact without in any damaged condition only then your safety is ensured. Even the slightest damage of  a part in large vehicles such as trucks and semi-trucks or even when Auto parts of poor quality are used then you are compromising on your safety and you will never knew when it will cause an accident. Hence, it is important to use high quality parts and all protection accessories needed for complete functionality and safe driving of a vehicle.

There are certain auto parts and accessories that might seem to be of less significance however they play a major role or protecting the important components of a vehicle. One of such components that protects your tyres and is very important to the trucks are its fenders. Not only safety by using the semi truck fenders of superior quality and in a suitable colors can add to the looks of your trucks. These fenders need to be very durable only then they can support the fender flares to withstand the wear and tear due to its resistance to the strains and hits from the dust and debris of roads.

When buying fenders it is important to understand the needs of your vehicle such as the shape and dimensions then the size and color and also the design suiting to the exterior looks of the truck as well. The durability of the fenders is the most important deciding factor as it determines the lifespan of the fenders. As there is an urge across the world to use eco-friendly products it is better to use those fenders that are made from recycled materials.


Salvage Yards Are Public Treasure Chests


Auto salvage yards are a hidden treasure quest, with the value depending on which side of the bargaining map you are on.

Every day, used & totaled cars create a large inventory of salvaged parts that are of no value to someone, scraps to make extra money, or affordable replacements. Salvage yards have become more than a place of “trash” and temporary solutions. For the professionals that work in the industry, they are able to make a little bit of a profit depending on the parts and how much they pay/sell them for.

Customers get a great value on their side. For example, if the transmission in their car goes out, and finances are not budgeted to purchase a brand new transmission, they can find inexpensive temporary alternates for the time being.  In addition to the prices, some auto parts have absolutely no value whatsoever to a consumer. Whether it is because they are buying a new vehicle, or it no longer works.

Salvage yards (some not all) are willing to pick up the car free of charge, and pay for any parts they can salvage. This saves the customer time, and money (out of pocket). The flip side of this is that salvage yards begin to acquire a variety of car parts from certain brands. This means that they really don’t have to set a specific client base (resulting in a consistent stream of business).