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Why hire an auto parts writer?

Many car owners understand that no car is perfect. When cars are used over time, parts will age and require replacing. Some owners rely on mechanics to fix problems with their cars, while others wish to solve the problems on their own with weekend DIY projects. With this in mind, you can offer lots of help to car owners with articles written by an auto parts writer.

As there are hundreds of different parts for vehicles, there is absolutely no shortage of topics for auto parts experts to write about. The articles that you can attract readers with may include common car problems and how much each of them costs to fix, the five best auto parts stores, how to find the right coolant for one's car, and how to replace a battery. You can request a year's worth of articles and save money by doing so when you hire a professional auto parts writer on Scripted.

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Kitchener, Ontario, Canada • Last online 2 days

Professional freelance writer since February, 2009. I am obsessively organized, with a talent for coordination and harmony. I have the ambition to be successful and I can prioritize instinctively. I communicate with grace and confidence, juggle multiple projects at once and strive to grow my knowledge base. I am tech savvy and English is my first language. I thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment and always welcome new challenges, consistently anticipating what needs to be done next. I operate at the highest levels of integrity, authenticity, and discretion. Everyone has a story and I am here to help tell that story.

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Hunter Amato is a graduate of Florida State University with multiple degrees spanning a wide variety of subjects. He aims to bring his diverse knowledge to bear in his professional pursuits in a way that helps further his blossoming career as a writer. He is currently living in New York City and aspires to continue growing his professional network in order to enjoy all that the Big Apple has to offer.

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States • Last online 14 minutes

Experienced journalist, writer, PR professional, marketing professional, and cat juggler*. Veteran content producer. *That one's not true. Yet.

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Fort Worth, Texas, United States • Last online 4 days

Kellye Neuweiler is a professional writer and editor with a journalism degree and 20 years of diverse journalistic experience (magazines, newspapers, advertising copy, press releases, business proposals, blog posts, web copy...) After sampling life in various U.S. cities, she eventually landed in Fort Worth, Texas (aka The Fort.) In her spare time she enjoys running, tennis, cooking, eating, drinking wine, gardening, watching her kids tear it up on the soccer field, and renovating her 1920s home. She thanks Scripted for funding much of her recent kitchen remodel and a new exterior paint job. Next up: master-bathroom overhaul!

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Wisconsin, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Versatile freelance writer and ghostwriter capable of communicating with varied audiences about diverse topics. Thousands of completed projects include magazine articles, press releases, blog posts, and web pages. Highlights: Additive Manufacturing: A 20,000-word project for a Fortune 20 company. Achieved #1 rankings for important keywords. Golf: Wrote a series of 10+ 1500-word posts for a leading U.S. golf publication. Luxury travel: 10,000 words for a company providing private jet flight support. Telecom manufacturing: Wrote a series of posts for a corporate VP. Home Improvement: Create almost all website content (60,000 words thus far) for an East Coast contractor. Automotive products: Wrote a series of more than 30 blog posts for the leading manufacturer in its class. Building materials manufacturer: Created 12,000 word...

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Who Will Fix Cars in 2025?

This article first appeared on audatex.ca

Your mechanic, no?

Well, maybe not.

It's 2018, and while 2025 may sound like a futuristic number, seven years is not all that far way. Seven years ago, Prince George was born, The Toronto Star broke the Rob Ford fiasco(s), and there was a blackout at the Super Bowl. Those things don't feel that far in the past — and 2025 will be upon us before you know it.

It's coming fast, and there's a huge problem facing the Canadian auto aftermarket, attacking on two fronts: rapidly advancing vehicle technology and a shortage of skilled tradespeople.... Read More

The Lead Battery Industry Faces Competition From a Surprising Place: Your Phone

While you're reading this, Winston Kliethermes is probably thinking about batteries.

He owns B & W Battery & Auto Repair in Jefferson City, and he says he's been working with car batteries since 1974.

There are a lot more kinds of car batteries around now, but almost all of them have one element in common: lead. Lead-based batteries have long been the standard for transportation like cars or boats, and companies across the globe also use lead-based batteries to power their servers in case of emergency.

It's a well proven system.

"Batteries in general have stayed the same for 50... Read More

Why Don’t We Trust Self-Driving Cars?

Americans are nervous about driving alongside cars that are 100% operated by computers. For many, the idea belongs in a science fiction movie. Could a vehicle really move from point A to point B efficiently, safely, and with the same ability to make good decisions as a human? We don't think so.

Autonomous vehicles are a big part of our future on the road. Instead of slowly getting used to the idea, the general public's distrust of self-driving cars is growing. AAA released the results of a studyconducted in April of 2018 showing that 73% of drivers in America... Read More

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