n the eyes. All chrome elements, bumper and mirrors reflect the world like a crooked mirror. In your mind you hear the dynamic, majestic gurgling of the engine playing with its eight cylinders working in the V system. A classic engine, "they don't do that anymore". You open the door, the leather of the chair creaks under your pressure. You put the key in the ignition, turn ... Silence. A nervous thought is racing in your head. Battery? Starter? Carburetor? You reach for the phone and search. Google, slogan: "American fault cars". The search engine spits out the addresses of mechanics specializing in overseas cars in no time. You choose the number of one of them.
- Do you have parts for US cars? You start the conversation with a doubting question.
- Of course. How can we help?
You describe the situation. The mechanic calms you down with a polite voice. You arrange a repair. Soon your monster will talk again.
Entrepreneurs react to customer needs.
Poles are still eager to import cars from abroad, although it is less popular than in the past. Today, the most popular are probably American cars, which can be seen more and more on Polish roads.
Of course, along with the importation of American cars to Poland, the demand for parts for cars from the USA grew. In our country, such car parts were not so easy to get. It was possible, but today, in virtually every good parts store or workshop, we can easily order the part we need. In the past, we had to wait a long time for it to be brought to our country. Today, in many places, we can buy such parts immediately. Thanks to this, car repair is not only faster, but also cheaper. If we start to import cars from other countries to Poland in large numbers, parts for them will probably also become available just as quickly. This is how the market works. Entrepreneurs respond to customer needs.