Welcome to the website of Scrap Car Sites, a UK network of scrap car car collectors and scrap car metal recyclers.
Our members pride themselves on customer service - courteous drivers will collect your unwanted vehicle when and where it's convenient for you, and provide you with a Certificate of Intent of Destruction which shows you are no longer the legal owner of the scrap car car.
When you scrap car a car, you'll need a Certificate of Intent of Destruction which informs the DVLA that you're no longer responsible for the vehicle. When one of our members' representatives collects your car, hand him the log book and he will give you the correct paperwork - and peace of mind.
If you'd like one of our local members to get in touch and offer you a quote, just fill in this form. They'll offer you a fair price, fetch your unwanted car, and make sure you get the paperwork you need.
Scrap Car Sites is a one-stop shop for scrap car car yards and scrap car metal recyclers in the UK.
Scrap Car Sites' members will collect your car quickly, at a time and place convenient for you. They'll make sure you get the documentation you need to show you're no longer responsible for the car, and ensure your vehicle is recycled in the most environmentally friendly way possible.
Our members are proud to offer the best service around. You'll get a great price for your unwanted car, and our members' drivers will make sure you get the Certificate of Intent of Destruction you'll need to send to the DVLA as proof of sale.
Your first step is to fill out the form below and we'll put you in touch with the nearest appropriate member(s). They will make contact with you and once you've agreed on a price for your scrap car car they will arrange a suitable time to collect your vehicle and provide you with the relevant documentation and money!
Scrap metal prices are high at the moment, so if you've got a car you no longer want, consider scrap carping it for cash.
Give your unwanted car a new lease of life by selling it to a scrap car car dealer. Vehicle parts in good condition can be re-used as spares – great news for the environment.