As you use your car over time, the efficiency of its moving parts will start to decrease. When something breaks, stops working optimally or wears out, you’ll be needing to find a replacement spare 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 using a specialist car parts mechanic 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 inner workings of your vehicle and knows how to source, repair and replace the right parts to keep it running optimally. Their responsibilities include:
To find a car parts mechanic near you, follow our simple three-step process:
Our search tools are designed to help you find a tradesman 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|
|London||£42 per hour||£274 per day|
|Birmingham||£30 per hour||£184 per day|
|Leeds||£32 per hour||£213 per day|
|Glasgow||£32 per hour||£93 per day|
|Sheffield||£28 per hour||£90 per day|
|Bradford||£33 per hour||£209 per day|
|Liverpool||£36 per hour||£249 per day|
|Edinburgh||£20 per hour||£155 per day|
|Manchester||£36 per hour||£228 per day|
|Bristol||£ per hour||£ per day|