Car parts are a bit of a grey area these days, with many companies claiming they’re not all that safe.

We’ve covered some of the issues here, including how safe to use certain components, and how safe the parts are on average, and what safety information you should be getting from the companies you’re buying parts from.

This is just one of those areas where you can read the labels and get an idea of what parts are really safe to buy and which aren’t.

If you’re concerned about your health, you may want to check with your doctor.

The Verge has partnered with CarAdvice to put together a list of the most common car parts that are safe to put in your car.

We’ll be updating this article with the safest car parts each week.

1. Motor oil