USAutomotive Keeps American Car Wheels Turning In The UK

 USAutomotive

 

A highly favourable exchange rate has meant that more and more UK-based American car enthusiasts are realising their dreams of owning a US vehicle, and USAutomotive is doing its bit to help these new owners of “American iron” live the dream. Specifically, the well-known Bedford company has announced that it is further increasing its already impressive stock of over-the-counter service parts for American vehicles.

Items such as spark plugs, filters, brake pads and shoes - all the less glamorous, but nevertheless, essential parts needed to keep American vehicles running - are stocked at USAutomotive’s 5000 sq ft warehousing facility. And if, by chance, the part required isn’t on the shelf waiting to be picked, USAutomotive’s regular, weekly air-freight shipment from the US means it can usually be in a customer’s hands within a matter of days.

“The demand for service components has rocketed in the last 12 months,” says USAutomotive’s Steve Trice. “Pick-up truck components, in particular, have gone through the roof, and we’ve dramatically increased our inventory as a result.”

USAutomotive has built up a strong reputation for first-class service, backed by friendly staff boasting unrivalled technical knowledge. Customers are encouraged to take advantage of this vast experience - in particular, for sourcing rare, hard-to-find components.

What’s probably less well-known, however, is that USAutomotive is also a major supplier to the film and TV industry, as well as to many immediately recognised celebrities, who use the company’s services and expertise to keep their automotive wheels turning.

USAutomotive’s strong credentials have earned it the distribution rights for many highly regarded American brand names, including the likes of American Racing Inc, Borla, Budnik, Crane Cams, Steeda and TMI Products.

1 July 2005 Staff
 
 

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