Before an agent can collect your automobile, they will contact you to arrange a time that best suits you.

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How Scrap My Car Buyers will Quote For Your Vehicle

Most buyers are busy people and will give you a quotation over the phone based on the information you give them, so be sure to describe your car, van or bike as accurately as possible, without any exaggeration, but be sure to include the positives. Key information such as having a long MOT, or good service history can add a few pounds to the quote offered. If the vehicle is not as described when the dealer comes to buy, he may choose to lower the quote or not buy at all. Remember the cost to collect can be considerate to the company.

Looking For A Guide?

If you need more advice then we have written the the definite
read our guide to scrapping a car
that covers most aspects from takeback schemes to what parts could be of value. The Golden age of motoring to modern times.

What UK Locations?

A general list of where agents will operate or are prepared to travel too. Whithin these main towns there are also, regional areas too.

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A Greater Understanding Of Value

If you want to understand more about what your vehicle could be worth, then we hopefully have an interesting read.

Understanding more about what your car could be worth

What About The Paperwork?

It is crucial to get the documentation right and never allow a vehicle to pass ownership without some sort of paper trail.

more information on documentation here

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