Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
This winter has been rough in many areas of the country, and as years past prove, the U.S. may be in for more erratic winter weather. Now is the perfect time for drivers to get their vehicles in for routine maintenance that may have been neglected during the Christmas shopping season. It is especially important to have the engine and transmission checked since winter is the hardest season for them.
“People get so wrapped up in the spirit of the holidays that they forget to take care of basic maintenance for their vehicles,” says Gavin Heathcock, Director of Business Development and Sales for online car parts retailer Automotix. “That neglect can lead to roadside emergencies and large costs later on.”
Heathcock recommends that people change the filters in their engines regularly and check that all fluids are at optimal levels. Another tip he offers is to warm the engine before driving. If drivers do not, they risk unnecessary wear and tear on the engine since oil and gasoline will not move through the engine as easily. Automotix offers used parts and aftermarket upgrades to improve engine and fuel efficiency.
Auto owners whose wallet needs post-Christmas relief should check used parts sites like Automotix to get quality used parts and aftermarket upgrades. The website has a large network of salvage yards to pull the top quality parts from. They are able to offer parts for all make and models of vehicles, used engines including diesel, and used manual and automatic transmissions.
Automotix ensure fast nationwide delivery, and international shipping is available as well. Engines and transmissions come with a one year warranty and 90 day price match.
Moving from winter to spring, drivers should also make sure their vehicles are prepared for both snow and rain storms. Automotix offers a solid selection of wheels, lights, brakes, wipers, and other parts essential for traveling in adverse weather.
The Automotix team combines extensive experience in the automotive arena as well as online technologies, allowing sellers and buyers to procure cars, trucks and auto parts. Since the inception of the Wide World Web, we have been working closely with car dealers, classic car traders, car brokers, rebuilders, auto pools, auctions houses, insurance and fleet companies, trucking companies, auto parts suppliers, aftermarket car part distributors, salvage yards, car repair shops, mechanics, do-it-yourselfers and catalog providers. Learn more at http://www.automotix.net.