NAPA Auto Parts

In 1925, a group of independent auto parts sellers met in Detroit to form the National Automotive Parts Association. Their mission was simple: improve the distribution of auto parts to serve the people and businesses who increasingly relied on cars and trucks for their transportation needs.

In 1936, NAPA opened its first location, an existing Atlanta auto parts store purchased from an owner who thought the industry was past its peak. It wasn't even close.

Nearly a century later, NAPA continues to serve auto service professionals, do-it-yourselfers and everyday drivers with quality parts and supplies to keep cars, trucks and equipment performing safely and efficiently.

In the U.S., NAPA now includes over 58 distribution centers, 16,000 NAPA AutoCare Centers and more than 6,000 independently-owned and company-owned stores. NAPA carries an extensive inventory of more than 475,000 parts for automotive and industrial applications.

A division of Genuine Parts Company (NYSE: GPC) and a global automotive aftermarket leader, NAPA operates NAPA Canada, Auto Todo in Mexico and Repco in Australia and New Zealand.

Get Started

Getting started with NAPA on PartsTech is easy!  You'll need two pieces of information:

  1. Your "TAMS Password" and
  2. Your servicing NAPA store street address.

Find Your TAMS Password: For instructions on how to find your TAMS Password, click here:

Enter Your Info Below: Once you have your TAMS Password, enter it in the field below.  Then select your store address from the drop down.  If you are having trouble finding your store location, you can start typing the store's town or street name to help narrow the list.  

You're Ready to Go: If your account information was entered correctly, your account should be ready to use in the next few minutes.  You'll know when you're set up correctly when you see an "account verified" message in your supplier settings.   If you're having trouble, contact us!


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