An automated easy motoring launched with online Auto Spare Parts Platform.

Car users in Nigeria will now find it easier to manage their vehicles as there is a new online platform, 234 for the automobile sector , to connect spare parts buyers and sellers, dealers, auto workshops and car owners.

Managing Director 234, Mr. Godson Madu in a statement made available to Patmos Media Line on Thursday stated that " the website - boasts of over 370,000 car parts listings with 28,000 unique products from over 6,000 spare parts dealers across major spare part markets in Ladipo, Tin Can, Ojuelegba in Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Kano and Port - Harcourt.

Mr. Godson Madu, CEO/MD

In Mr. Madu's words " 234 inventory ranges from auto parts, lubricants, batteries, tools, wheels and tyres "

Mr. Godson Madu disclosed further that " 234 site is very easy to navigate and has been designed to make the process of buying quality replacement of parts easy and convenient by providing multiple spare parts options and price comparism to owners, while also enhancing the product visibility of the spare part dealers" he stated.

Corroborating him, Chief Marketing Officer, Mrs. Eniola Alli-Ayodele added that " is the leading online platform for the automobile spare parts sector and has for almost two years, served as a connecting point for spare parts dealers, auto workshops and car owners."

"From our research, with the influx of foreign used cars in Nigeria; usually over five years old at the time of their arrival, there is now a significant increase in maintenance visits from 4 times to 12 times annually. It has been recorded that each of those visits involves a parts replacement purchase. Consequently, the presence of substandard new spare parts increases as the manufacturers of these foreign used cars discontinue production of some of the car’s parts. The need for genuine auto spare parts gave birth to site" she said.

According to Mrs. Alli-Ayodele, "the current focus of platform is to hold the largest inventory of both used and new automotive spare parts in Nigeria, and increase access to the platform by using its rich data and insights to organize the fragmented spare parts industry."

In addition, "the business will in the coming months penetrate other major cities in the nation and onboard additional spare parts dealers after a rigorous verification process. This new development promises to create an opportunity for OEMs and genuine spare parts vendors to compete while also increasing the chances of car owners getting guaranteed parts." she noted.

- Eniola Olatunji.

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