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Different car body parts:

  • Glasses: Include the Windscreen , side or rear window and an optional glass panel roof on a vehicle.
  • Head lamps: This are powerful lights at the front of a motor vehicle. There are two types of headlights—low beam and high beam. These lights allow the driver to see the roadway in the dark, while also signaling to other motorists that a car is present, without blinding other road users with excessive glare. High beams provide an intense, center-weighted distribution of light with no particular control of glare and should only be used when there are no visible cars in front.
  • Tail lamps: These lights are required to produce only red light at the rear of the vehicle and are wired such that they are lit whenever the headlights are on. This helps drivers who are traveling behind you to recognize that you’re there and how far ahead you are.
  • Corner lamps: these lights aid the driver when turning corners. They provide additional illumination by casting light on the area of the road to the side of the vehicle, making them a very helpful safety feature when turning corners and switching lanes.
  • Maker lamps: These are lamps used on each side of a vehicle to indicate its length and to make the vehicle visible when approaching from the side.
  • Bumper lamps: Bumper lights can take the form of fog lights, parking lights, tail lights or reverse lights. It is an umbrella term used to refer to any type of light that is used.
  • Fog lamps: These lights are located near the headlights and they are mounted low in order to prevent the light from refracting on the fog and glaring back toward the driver. Fog lights should only be used during fog when normal headlights are not effective.
  • Bumpers: These are protruding shrouds of plastic or metal, called bumper covers, that surround energy-absorbing materials. They are designed to absorb impact to the front and rear of vehicles and minimize low-speed collision damage.
  • Corner bumpers: This is the vehicle’s point of contact with a vertical plane which makes an angle of 60° with the vertical longitudinal plane of the vehicle and is tangential to the outer surface of the bumper.
  • Bumper components: This is a structural component designed to absorb the impact in the case of a front-end collision. The bumper cover is the soft portion of your car that is usually modeled plastic.
  • Fenders: This is the part of a car that protects and frames its wheels and keeps mud from splashing it. Most modern vehicles have fenders on their front wheels.
  • Fender Liners: This is a plastic barrier between the fender and the engine and it comes installed in most modern cars. Each front wheel has a separate fender liner.
  • Bonnets: This is the type of thin sheet cover that is hinged and rests over the engine of motor vehicles. It includes engine, battery, coolant, windscreen fluid, cooling fan, compressor, alternator and more.
  • Grills: These are located between the headlights of a vehicle. They area a piece of trim, often designed in a mesh pattern that sits in front of the engine bay. There can often be “lower grilles” at the bottom of the front of the vehicle – either as one continual piece of mesh or broken up into several sections.
  • Mirrors: A car has a number of mirrors that are meant to reflect the different activities happening around the car as the driver drives the car. They include side view, Rear view and Front view mirror.
  • Door handles: handles have a big impact on how the vehicle looks and can even impact its aerodynamics if not done correctly. Their designs have changed significantly over the years due to trends and in the pursuit of better safety. some designs include the push-button, trigger, flap, push-down, pull-up, pull-out and touch type door handles.
  • Mud flaps: Mud flaps can be sorted into two basic categories, which are molded, stiff types and flexible flat ones. The molded type can provide a cleaner look, but can be fragile when cold and are easily damaged when driving over larger obstacles such as frozen snow banks or parking lot curb stones. Flat, flexible types usually provide more coverage and protection and are more popular on pickups.
  • Windshields: There are two types of automotive windshield glass which are tempered and laminated. The front windshield is typically made from laminated glass which is a safety glass with a type of treated glass and it consists of two curved sheets of glass with a plastic layer laminated between them for safety and then bonded into the window frame. On the other hand the rear window and auto glass are tempered.
  • Cradles: are mostly attached to the windscreen or a cup holder and can reduce risks associated with reaching for phones. They also help minimise eye time off the road by getting the phone up to the eye line level with the road and within reach.
  • Valences: are thin and slim pieces found under the car bumpers. Its primary purpose is to direct airflow or filler body panels.
  • Door components: Car doors come in different shapes, sizes, and types and it’s function include protecting the passengers inside a vehicle. The doors also ensure a comfortable ride for everyone.. Also, the doors secure the cabin and help keep the outside air and noise from entering the passenger cabin. The car door is made of metal with and an interior and an interior door handle, with components  which include the door switch, speakers, locks, power window monitor, window switch, door panel, door pillar, door hinge, window molding and door seals and weather-stripping.
  • Window mechanism/components: A window regulator is the mechanical assembly behind a door panel that’s responsible for moving a glass window up or down along a guided track.
  • Tail gates/components: it is a body part that covers the truck bed from the very rear. It’s a hinged shelf you need to lower if you want to access your truck bed. Tailgates come with hinges at the bottom, and they open downward. Whens the tailgate is down, it’s supported by heavy duty cables. There are two different types of tailgates which are manual tailgates and electric tailgates.
  • Windscreen cleaning system: This is the system that is designed to remove rain, snow and dirt from the surface of the windscreen, providing good visibility for the driver and the ability to travel by car in bad weather. It also helps to keep the rear window clean.
  • Light cases: These consist of two types of headlights, which are low beam and high beam. These lights allow the driver to see the roadway in the dark, while also signaling to other motorists that a car is present.
  • Weather stripes: these are rubber material that seals the edges of your vehicle’s doors, windows, windshield and other areas. They prevent outside elements such as rain, snow, wind and pests from reaching the inside of your vehicle. Weather stripes also help keep your doors closed and trunk sealed along with the windows tightly wound.
  • Clips: The auto push clips are widely used for door panel, door trim clips, bumper clips, interior accessories and splash shield retainers replacement.
  • Spoilers: A lid spoiler is often a ridge of plastic or metal attached directly to the top of the trunk lid. A roof spoiler is a small ridge of plastic or metal attached to the very back of the roof, usually just above the rear window.
  • Other body parts components: These include the wheel tub, hood, header panel, roof panel, rear panel, wheel arch panel, rocker panel and cowl panel.

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