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Scrap my car in Stevenage

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    We turn cars instantly into cash – helping people upgrade their car, pay urgent bills, save for a family holiday, or even just go on a shopping spree …whatever the reason, we give the best prices and deliver the cash, fast!

    We buy all kinds of vehicle

    • 2010 Citroen DS3
    • 2007 Toyota Aygo
    • 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    • 2009 Nissan Tiida

    Are you thinking – I need somewhere to scrap my car in Stevenage?

    Don’t pay them to take it away… we’ll collect it and pay you!

    Sell or Scrap my Car can help you turn your car into cash – getting money to you quickly, to help you sort an urgent bill, or pay for a family holiday, or simply raise some cash for a car that you no longer want. We can take the stress of selling your car away.

    Our aim at Sell or Scrap my Car is to help you get the right price for your car. Not only have we been doing this for many years, but we’ve got some amazing reviews from our many happy customers as a testament (4.9 out of 5 on Google) …so you know you’re in good hands with us.

    We welcome cars in all conditions, but ask that we know in advance of any defects so that the money we offer can be as accurate as possible. So please try to let us know if there is anything we should know about before we come to pick the vehicle up. Please fill in the form on this page and we’ll make our assessment (don’t forget to include photos that might help us in our decision). We will endeavour to get back to you quickly with a price, and if we can pick up the vehicle the same day, we will make sure you are paid the same day too!

    We cover all areas in and around Stevenage – including:

    Aston End, Aston, Old Knebworth, Walkern, Benington, Bragbury End, Woolmer Green, Watton at Stone, Codicote, Poynders End, Great Wymondley, Hitchin and Letchworth Garden City.


    “Scrap my Car, I want it gone” is the slogan of a group of volunteers who meet monthly in Stevenage. “It’s about making a difference, not just a little bit of difference,” says Stephen Taylor. This group of volunteers give to their community a hand-to-mouth income that benefits them and others.

    “Car scrapping is an excellent idea if you have old cars or if you can find a local scrap yards to purchase the scrap metal. Most people have a surplus of junk in their garage or basement, and a lot of times it’s impossible to dispose of it. In these situations, people donate their junk to local scrap yards, where they can get some decent prices. We also take in unwanted vehicles that need a little bit of TLC before being donated to the scrap yards.”

    Cars that are over 20 years old are usually too old to be repaired and often do not have much value. Often the owners of these cars cannot afford to fix them, and sometimes do not have the time to do so. They have little choice except to put them into a local scrap yard where people can purchase the scrap metal.

    If you are able to find a place that is willing to purchase the old cars for the purpose of scrapping, then there may be a possibility of salvaging the vehicle. Many times old cars that are donated to a local scrap yard may be found to be in almost perfect condition, but the price may be more than you would expect. You may be able to pick up a good price on your own. or you can contact a local junkyard to see if anyone is willing to purchase it for you. This is a good way to get into a great deal.

    Many times old vehicles can be found in a variety of places, including auto auctions, demolition sites, used car lots, car wash facilities, and even pawn shops. Sometimes old cars are so worn out that they become unusable to them.

    The most important part of scrapping your old car is finding it, so make sure you get the title number first. This is very important information and you should always have this information with you when you go to a local scrap yard. There are places where the title will be provided to you when you bring in the vehicle. This will help you know how much money you can expect to get for your old car.

    The next step is to start cleaning the old vehicle. First, you must remove all the personal items, such as air fresheners, hair dryers, and any other items that you have that might have been left in the vehicle. Some of these things will need to be thrown away to prevent damage to the car.

    You will also need to vacuum the interior of the car to remove all the accumulated dirt and dust so that the paint will not be scratched or chipped. Scratching can cause rusting, so you may want to invest in an air compressor for this purpose. When the car is clean and in tip top condition, you should then put the hood up and start cleaning the interior. Remove any loose items that have been lying inside the hood, especially anything that may be causing unnecessary stress on the hood, such as an old CD player. Once everything is clean and in tip top condition, you should put the hood down and then finish by cleaning and putting the hood back on the car.