Monday, 27 October 2008

AS RECESSION HITS, MOTORISTS ADOPT POLICY OF D.I.Y

More motorists are keeping cars for longer, carrying out repairs themselves and buying car parts online as the credit crunch bites, according to a new report. Consequently, sales of car repair manuals and books have started to increase. Motorists are also choosing to buy more car parts online to save on costs, either fitting the parts themselves or paying a garage to if the job is beyond their ability, according to mail order specialists www.carparts-direct.co.uk, which reported a 28% increase on sales of parts against the same period last year. With the help of Veloce Speedpro™ manuals or Essential Buyer's Guides™, motorists will be better prepared to carry out repairs on their vehicles.