Similar to our bodies, cars function differently over time. While it’s safe to assume your foot won’t fall off in a couple years, cosmetic or functional components of your car actually can. When this happens, do you immediately replace what broke, or strategize a way around it? Let’s say you decide to replace and wind up spending more money than you planned––does that purchase positively affect your car’s resale value, or not at all?
Ahead, we take a look at 11 car parts and answer four questions that may come up during the process. If one of your questions is, “Can I sell my car with missing parts?” don’t worry, we answer that too.
If reading through this list has made you realize how many cosmetic or functional components of your car are missing, “Should I junk or sell my car?” may be a remaining question. If you decide to part ways with your car, Peddle would be happy to take it––missing any (or all!) of the components above. No car is too damaged, broken, or used for us.
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