Knock-off auto parts can cause crashes.
I recently heard from a potential client who was charged with following too closely. She applied the brakes to her car, but her vehicle did not stop and she collided with the car in front of her. Her insurance company has taken possession of the car, and they are investigating to determine if illegal knock-off auto parts were used for her brake repair, and if those parts contributed to the cause of the collision.

Always have your repairs done at the dealership if you can, or at a reputable certified auto repair shop. Ask about the quality of the parts that are being installed on your car. Are they original factory parts, or are they reconditioned parts?

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