As you use your car over time, the efficiency of its moving parts will decrease. When something breaks or wears out, you’ll be needing to find a replacement part and have it fitted before a more serious fault occurs.
Smaller spare car parts can require replacement as part of a repair for larger components. For example, a new silencer might be needed to fix your car’s exhaust system, or a new belt might be needed for its engine.
Even if you feel confident that you know your shock absorbers from your brake pads, and you are considering taking a punt at buying spare parts for your car yourself, we strongly advise heading to a local car parts store and finding a specialist to source and fit the parts. Accidentally fitting the wrong parts could void your car’s warranty, or cause problems with its performance.
A car parts mechanic is fully versed in the workings of your vehicle and knows how to source, repair and replace the right parts to keep it running optimally, whether they’re a small independent car parts specialist or part of a larger organisation such as Euro Car Parts. Their responsibilities include:
To find car parts suppliers near you, follow our simple three-step process:
Our search tools are designed to help you find a car spare parts specialist that best suits your needs, budget and location.
When searching for a car parts specialist, check out our list of other related tradesmen on HaMuch.com. There are various local car bodywork repair and alloy wheels refurbishment and repair experts on our site.
|Location in UK||Hourly Rate||Daily Rate|
|Car Mechanic in London||£42||£274|
|Car Mechanic in Birmingham||£30||£184|
|Car Mechanic in Leeds||£32||£213|
|Car Mechanic in Glasgow||£32||£93|
|Car Mechanic in Sheffield||£28||£90|
|Car Mechanic in Bradford||£33||£209|
|Car Mechanic in Liverpool||£36||£249|
|Car Mechanic in Edinburgh||£20||£155|
|Car Mechanic in Manchester||£36||£228|
|Car Mechanic in Bristol||£||£|