Buy new, used or scrap parts for your car, van or motorcycle
Without prior registration or obligation and free of charge.
The most economical and guaranteed option to get spare parts for your car, motorcycle or van.
It's easier than you might think!
Fill in the form to send your request to the car scrap yards and auto parts stores we work with.
Get free, no-obligation quotes for the parts you need from local businesses.
Choose the quote that best suits your needs and have the purchased parts delivered to your workshop, home or collect them yourself.
Frequently Asked Questions
The vehicle identification number has 17 digits and uniquely identifies your vehicle and all its components. That is why it is so useful and necessary if you need spare parts.
You will find it on your V5C registration certificate. It is also stamped on the vehicle chassis, usually located under the plastic trim around the driver or passenger door opening. Some models also have it on the base of the windscreen.
In addition, each part of the vehicle is stamped with a part number that uniquely identifies it. To find it, you will need access to the specific part.
When it comes to auto parts, the sides are determined by the driver's position in the vehicle, looking forward. That is, looking over the bonnet, and sitting in the driver's seat, his left hand is the left side, his right hand is the right side.
A properly reconditioned engine or gearbox can save you a lot of money and give you the safety you are looking for on the road. It is usually best to use a reconditioned engine or gearbox, as a new one usually requires stripping and dismantling, deep cleaning, and then replacement of necessary parts prior to build.
OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer. This means that the parts are manufactured by the same company that produces the car, motorcycle or truck. On the other hand, aftermarket parts are made by a parts company other than the original manufacturer. Typically, these parts are manufactured with the intention of being compatible with as many vehicle makes and models as possible. While aftermarket parts are much cheaper and 100% safe, it is also true that OEM parts offer a superior fit.
When we talk about new vehicle parts, we can refer to new OEM, genuine or aftermarket components that are going to be used for the first time. Typically, new auto parts turn out to be newer and more up-to-date components, offering more confidence than older models and offering additional functionality. The expectation in this case is that you can use them for many years without problems.
These new parts also often ensure proper performance and it will be a long time before you have to worry about wear and tear. They are more expensive than used parts, but make up for it with a longer lifespan.
Used vehicle parts are obtained from retired cars or from vehicles that have been in some type of accident, but still have parts in good condition. These parts are compatible for specific vehicles and are usually of better quality than aftermarket new vehicle parts.
In the UK, around 80% of independent garages use used parts to repair damaged vehicles. The reason for this is that they fully trust these parts when supplied by reputable and reliable sources rather than aftermarket parts from little-known manufacturers.
Undoubtedly, used car parts provide a huge advantage over new: price. If your vehicle is older, it will be easy to find the parts you are looking for from reputable UK salvage yards and other used car parts sellers.
The supply of second-hand vehicle parts is always very large, so you will always have a very wide range to choose from in relation to price and quality. To help you in this tedious task, remember that you have at your disposal the form that you will find above to request parts directly from UK scrap yards.
Our experience in the used auto parts business has revealed that most of these second hand parts are a great way to save quite a bit of money, but more importantly, they are a way to ensure that the parts you are installing in your vehicle meet the same quality standards that the original manufacturer deemed fit for your car. Many times aftermarket parts appear to be identical to the original, but often do not meet 100% OEM specifications and standards.
We recommend that you use our website to save time on this tedious task. From the top menu you can search for your location to see the scrap yards closest to you in UK and contact them directly to make an appointment or even to ask them if they have the parts you are looking for. You can also use the other menu entry to search for parts based on the type of vehicle you have. Additionally, you can complete the form that you have above to request parts and it is very possible that a scrap yard will contact you directly so that you can go see them in person.
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