Marlton, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/09/2015 -- When it comes to auto parts, one that is often overlooked is a vehicle's hazard flasher switch. What's more, many drivers might not even realize their vehicle's hazard flasher switch will need to be fixed and/or replaced until they break down or they are involved in an accident. As a leading online auto parts retailer, the professionals from Parts Geek offer hazard flasher switches that are available to ship via ground, 2 day or overnight shipping. What's more, they are pleased to announce that they have expanded their hazard flasher switch inventory to feature over 1,200 products.
Parts Geek currently has hazard flasher switches available for over 25 vehicle makes that include Audi, Toyota, Dodge, Volvo, Jeep, Chevrolet and Honda. Additionally, Parts Geek also offers hazard flasher switches for vehicles that were manufactured as far back as 1968 and as recently as 2014. In fact, they are currently offering a 1968 Mercedes 220 Hazard Flasher Switch for a sale price of $71.23. Last but not least, they offer products from many leading brands such as: Beck Arnley, Replacement, Standard Motor Products, Original Equipment, APA/URO Parts, Genuine, Dorman, Hella, Vemo and Febi.
Potential customers who are interested in reading the reviews Parts Geek has received for their hazard flasher switches will be pleased to find that the company has a 4.9 out of 5 star rating and 85 reviews. A recent reviewer also had this to say about the Vemo brand hazard flasher switch he ordered, as well as how easy the installation was: "Exactly the part I needed to make the turn signals work. Watched a video on how to install it. Sure enough, took less than five minutes."
To see Parts Geek's updated inventory of hazard flasher switches, please visit their website today.
About Parts Geek
At Parts Geek, they offer the best and most competitive prices on imported and domestic car parts. They also offer automobile accessories, and many of their items ship quickly—all from warehouses scattered throughout the US. Customers can pick from thousands—if not millions, of new automotive parts, refurbished/rebuilt parts, and more from reliable and certified manufacturers.
To learn more please visit http://www.partsgeek.com.