by Pat Goss
Americans love value and that can extend to auto parts. In some cases parts that cost less can be of good or at least acceptable quality. But, often you do indeed get what you pay for. Buying a bargain part can be a serious mistake when it comes to the safety and reliability of your family car. In this visit to Goss’ Garage, Pat Goss speaks with an industry expert about the promises and pitfalls of buying replacement parts based solely on price alone.