Think of RSS as cruise control for your computer. RSS means "Really Simple Syndication." You tell your "RSS reader" what sites to monitor and let your computer watch for new information. Your "RSS reader" will tell you when it finds something interesting. RSS feeds are free and you don't need to supply any personal information to subscribe.
Internet Explorer 7.0 and Firefox have RSS readers built-in -- just click on the orange button in the online catalog next to your car's year, make and model, click the button next to the feed you want, then click the 'subscribe' link. In Explorer, your feeds appear in the 'favorites center.' In Firefox, they're 'live bookmarks.'
If you don't use IE or Firefox, or would like your feeds presented differently than those browsers offer, here are some other RSS readers you may want to try:
If you see your home page below, click on it on the subscription page and start getting RockAuto RSS feeds:
Click the icon, pictured below, to use a service that sends feed updates to your email:
If you already use RSS and subscribe to a large number of feeds, the websites below help you organize multiple feeds from many websites:
In our online parts catalog, you will find two RSS feeds available for your vehicle. One feed will send you an alert as soon as we list new parts for your vehicle; the other feed will keep you informed of wholesale closeout parts available for your vehicle!
Never again miss out on the latest sales, rebates, and special offers available through RockAuto with our exclusive
Promotions RSS feed!
Read about classic car news and stay informed about the latest changes at RockAuto by subscribing to the
Newsletter RSS feed.