We represent a national network of scrap caryards, scrap car vehicle recyclers and scrap car car collectors.
The UK Government recommends that scrap car car disposal experts aim to recycle 85% of every scrap car car. Our members are Authorised Treatment Centres, recognised by the Department for the Environment for their dedication to reaching this target.
When you sell your car to one of our network members, you're assured of receiving all the documents you will need to prove that you are no longer responsible for the vehicle. You'll also get a great price for your car and friendly, fast service.
Thinking of selling an unwanted vehicle? Simply fill out the form below and one of our local members will get in touch with you if you, agree a price and a pickup time with them and they'll do the rest, fetching your car and arrange for the relevant documentation and payment.
Scrap Car Sites is a network of British scrap car car recycling specialists, scrap car yards & scrap car metal dealers.
When a Scrap Car Sites member comes to collect your car, you'll need your log book. Hand it to our representative, and he will fill in the relevant details. He'll give you back section 9, and a Certificate of Intent of Destruction - send these to the DVLA and the car is officially handed over. Plus, of course, you'll get money for your unwanted scrap car vehicle!
Our service is ideal for the environmentally minded. Authorised Treatment Facilities approved by the Department for the Environment as recycling specialists committed to recycling 85% of each car, as per government guidelines.
It's easy to get a quote for an unwanted car - just fill in the form below. One of our local members will contact you. Agree on a fair price with them, and arrange a pickup time - they will collect your car, give you the agreed money and ensure that you get the documentation you need.
With scrap car metal prices high at the moment, it's a great time to scrap car your car.
Your unwanted car could net you cash, and scrap carping a car is a good way to help the environment. Call your local Authorised Treatment Centre and ask for a quote.