After a car accident, when a vehicle is taken to the repair shop, the damaged replacement parts used may include aftermarket parts. Aftermarket parts are not made by the original manufacturer.
The aftermarket encompasses parts for replacement, collision, appearance, and performance, including . The aftermarket provides a wide variety of parts of varying qualities and prices for nearly all vehicle makes and models.
Aftermarket or generic parts have been the topic of debate among people for years, because people worry that aftermarket parts may not be as good, safe or reliable as Original Manufacturer Parts (OEM). This is a misconception. Aftermarket parts are increasingly being hailed as potentially superior parts by some car enthusiasts. Over the years, as good alternatives to manufacturer parts, and in some cases it is said that aftermarket parts may be superior because the manufacturers of generic or aftermarket parts may use more expensive materials or more advanced technology than a car manufacturer.
Definition: Aftermarket parts are replacement parts that are made by a company other than your vehicle's original manufacturer, they are also referred to as generic parts, non-OEM parts or competitive replacement parts.
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