After Market Parts
Aftermarket Parts vs. Original Equipment Manufacturer Parts
You depend on your car to not only get you where you need to go, but to protect you and your family in the event of an accident.
But what happens if you are in an accident in a car that has been repaired with something other than Original Equipment Manufacturer parts?
Aftermarket parts are popular with insurance companies because they are less expensive. In fact, some auto body shops receive incentives from insurance companies to use aftermarket parts. The problem is you can never really be sure how they will behave in an accident. Safety and performance of aftermarket parts are traded for cost. Fit, durability, and appearance can also make aftermarket parts an undesirable fit for your car.
You put your faith in your vehicle every time you get behind the wheel. Trust autobody shops that rely on OEM parts for your vehicle’s repair. At Hammer’s Autoworks, not only are we OEM-certified by most manufacturers, we will help you in all your dealings with your insurance company to make sure your car is fixed right the first time.