• Want to know more about our company?

    2013-06-12 11:13:54 Click Count: 2444

    Want to know more about our company?
    Main car models for auto parts As below:

    1. Pick up:
    Toyota hilux vigo,
    Nissan D22,
    Nissan Navara,
    Mitsubishi L200,
    Isuzu D-max,  
    Chevrolet pickup
    Ford Ranger
    2. SUV:
    X3, X5, X6
    3. Bus:
    Mitsubishi L300,
    Toyota Coaster,
    Toyota hiace
  • Hot sale produts

    2013-06-01 11:28:47 Click Count: 1286

    Hot sale produts

    We are a professional auto parts whoelsaler, and we can supply kinds of high quality brake pads for most of car models, like toyota, nissan, isuzu, mitsubishi, mazda, suzuki, benz, bmw, vw, audi, skoda. etc.

    Item picture as belowing:

  • 15 ways to protect your car from theft

    2013-05-20 10:59:34 Click Count: 1039

    15 ways to protect your car from theft

    If car theft were a legitimate business measured by stock analyst firms, it would instantly become a Fortune 500 company. There's a lot of theft going on and, despite the fact that thieves aren't the most reliable guys on the planet, auto theft is well organized. These days discriminating thieves don't simply steal anything they can get their hands on. They're stealing for economic gain, so they pick and choose. If you own a vehicle that's popular with car buyers, odds are it will be popular with thieves too.
    All this might sound a bit challenging. You certainly don't want your car to be stolen, so what can you as an individual do to protect yourself from the huge and ever-more-organized hazard that can strike at almost any time?
    The happy news is that doing something meaningful is both possible and not all that difficult. Your basic goal is to make your vehicle a tough target, one that will encourage the thief to move on to the next car. Remember, the more time the thief is forced to take to steal a car, the more likely he is to get caught, so if you make grabbing your car hard for him, it will usually pay off. Here are some helpful suggestions to do just that:
    1. Lock your car. Approximately 50 percent of all vehicles stolen were left unlocked.

    2. Take your keys. Nearly 13 percent of all vehicles stolen had the keys in them.

    3. Never hide a second set of keys in your car. It might seem like a good idea, but thieves know all the hiding places.

    4. Park in well-lit areas. Over half of all vehicle thefts occur at night, and thieves don't like the spotlight.

    5. Park in attended lots. Auto thieves don't like witnesses either.

    6. When you park in an attended lot, leave only the ignition and door key. Don't give the attendant easy access to your glove box and trunk. (If you use the same key for your trunk and glove box as for the door, have one of them changed.) Upon returning, check the tires, spare and battery to ensure they are the same as those you had when you parked.

    7. Never leave your car running unattended, not even if you'll only be gone for a minute. Vehicles are commonly stolen at convenience stores, gas stations and ATMs. Many vehicles are also stolen on cold mornings when the owner leaves the vehicle running to warm it up.

    8. Completely close car windows when parked. Don't make it easier for the thief to enter your vehicle.

    9. Don't leave valuables in plain view. Why make your car a more desirable target to thieves?

    10. Park your vehicle with wheels turned toward the curb. Many car thieves use tow trucks to steal vehicles, so make your car tough to tow away. Wheels should also be turned to the side in driveways and parking lots so the vehicle can only be towed from the front.

    11. If your vehicle is rear-wheel drive, back into your driveway. Rear wheels lock on four-wheel drive vehicles, making them difficult to tow. Front-wheel drive vehicles should be parked front-end first.

    12. Always use your emergency brake when parked. In addition to ensuring safety, using the emergency brake makes your car harder to tow.

    13. If you have a garage, use it. Parking your vehicle inside protects it from thieves as well as from Mother Nature.

    14. When parking in a garage, lock the garage as well as your vehicle door. By locking both the garage and vehicle doors, you greatly improve the chances of deterring a thief.

    15. Never leave the registration or title in your car. A car thief will use these to sell your stolen car. File the title at your home or office and carry your registration in your purse or wallet.
  • Motorcar Parts of America to Report Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter Results; Host Investor Conference Call

    2013-01-26 15:40:43 Click Count: 989

    Motorcar Parts of America to Report Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter Results; Host Investor Conference Call

    LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. (Nasdaq:MPAA - News) today announced the company will issue results for its fiscal 2011 third quarter on Monday, February 7, 2011.

    Selwyn Joffe, chairman, president and chief executive officer, and
    David Lee, chief financial officer, will host an investor conference
    call the same day at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time to discuss the company's
    financial results and operations.

    The call will be open to all interested investors either through a live audio Web broadcast at
    or live by calling (877) 776-4016 (domestic) or (973) 638-3231
    (international). For those who are not available to listen to the live
    broadcast, the call will be archived for seven days on Motorcar Parts of
    America's website. A telephone playback of the conference call will
    also be available from 1:00 p.m. Pacific time on Monday, February 7,
    2011 through 8:59 p.m. Pacific time on Monday, February 14, 2011 by
    calling (800) 642-1687 (domestic) or (706) 645-9291 (international) and
    using access code: 39959147.

    About Motorcar Parts of America

    Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. is a remanufacturer of
    alternators and starters utilized in imported and domestic passenger
    vehicles, light trucks and heavy duty applications. Its products are
    sold to automotive retail outlets and the professional repair market
    throughout the United States and Canada, with remanufacturing facilities
    located in California, Mexico and Malaysia, and administrative offices
    located in California, Tennessee, Mexico, Singapore and Malaysia.
  • Warmly Celebrate the Expansion of Our Company

    2013-01-26 15:21:44 Click Count: 1056

    Warmly Celebrate the Expansion of Our Company
    August 15th   Celebrate Guangzhou Saiding Auto Part Company moved a new Place

    According the business expanding , Guangzhou Saiding Auto part company have a new step in this time.

    In this new begining, Saiding have a new plan that try the best to service all customer and offer the best help in Auto part area.
    Let us witness the growing of Saiding.
    Welcome your visit and Valuable opinions.

    The new address of our company is Jiahe Street, Baiyun District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.
    Company Address: Jia He Street, Baiyun District, Guangzhou, China (Jia He Wang Gang Metro Station, Entrance A)
    Contact Person: Kevin Song
    Office TEL: 86-020-23329588
    Fax: 86-020-23329561
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