How Parts Authority is handling Covid-19

Thank you for your continued loyalty and trust in Parts Authority during these unprecedented times. Our commitment and responsibility towards servicing our customers has never been stronger as we face the COVID-19 virus.
We are taking significant measures to ensure that our customers continue to receive the same great service while making safety a top priority.
These measures include:
  • Increased inventory
  • Strong supply chain
  • Sanitary protocol in all locations
  • Instituted social distancing protocol
  • More efficient delivery processes
Options to receive parts:
  • Online ordering
  • Store pick-up
  • Regular delivery service
  • Curb side pick up
  • Curb side or outside shop drop off service
We are grateful for our team members dedication and your understanding. These challenging times put things such as friends, family, our health and business partnerships in perspective.
We continue to work with agencies and political leaders to do our best to monitor and contain the spread of the virus and will periodically provide updates on our operations and status on this site.

Your One Stop Resources:

 The Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship has created the CARES Act

MultiState Resources (State and local government response to COVID-19/coronavirus

Highlights of the CARES Act | Edward Jones

Automotive repair and maintenance facilities are essential for US infrastructure.

As many of you are aware, many states and municipalities are announcing “Stay at Home Orders”. These orders EXCLUDE essential businesses from closing. The good news is that Parts Authority is deemed an essential business by all of the states so far, and the Federal Government.  Auto repair and auto parts supply is critical to our infrastructure.  The reason for this is because auto repair and auto parts businesses keep the vehicles running for first responders, municipality vehicles, delivery services used to deliver food, transportation for essential personnel such as hospital or medical workers and many other businesses.  Without auto repair facilities and the parts they need to fix vehicles, these people and businesses could not operate. This is why we remain open.

Click HERE to view the memo from  the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Click HERE to view the executive order from the state of California.