Recycled UK cars get fast shipped parts from eBay

Recycled UK cars get fast shipped parts from eBay: eBay UK has united with insurers Aviva & LV to promote the use of recycled ‘green’ car parts.

The online retail site says it can deliver in only 3 days the recycled parts to garages or car owners.

Because of this, drivers will be able to have their cars repaired quicker as compared to using new parts.

eBay is further working along with green parts sellers to guarantee that all products sold on its platform is certified, giving buyers trust that their cars will be repaired using reliable parts.

eBay remarked that the sales of recycled car parts climbed by 24% year-upon-year in the 7 seven months of 2021.

Laura Richards, Senior Automotive Business Manager at eBay UK, stated: “The number 1 priority when your car breaks down is getting back on the road as quickly as possible & green parts can play a vital role in this, especially when Brexit is slowing the importing process.”

An agent for Aviva announced: “We are working closely with all stakeholders & eBay to help co-create the future model that we hope will meet all our objectives & alleviate pressures being felt on the post COVID and post-Brexit supply chains that are causing delays in many cases.”

Recycled UK cars get fast shipped parts from eBay

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