5 Tips For Unwanted Car Removal


When you have an unwanted car sitting around in your parking lot or your drive way, the best way out of this situation is to make some money from it. Unwanted car removal unknown to many people in the West is big business and so many businesses are more than glad to pay cash for what many may see as being junk. Salvage lots will often sell the parts to repair shops or car owners for money, which explains why they will buy your junk vehicle to begin with. That said before you sell it is important to ensure that you get the max price for it.

Start by establishing ownership

You should always obtain the vehicle’s title if you’re currently not the owner. Almost all legal salvage yards and scrap yards will want to make sure that you are the owner before they buy it. So, make sure to establish ownership in your own name prior to deciding to sell.

Knowing the value

Even though you are opting for unwanted car removal in order to get the best value you first need to assess the damage to the car in order to determine its Blue Book value. This will require arming yourself with lots of information about the vehicle’s condition. When shopping around for the best price you will be asked many questions about the vehicle which includes what damage it has incurred, if it runs and what is currently wrong with it among others. You may want to consider repairing the damage done to your car in order to make it road worthy and hence command a better price. This is because vehicles that can still be driven are a lot more valuable than ones which cannot, plus there are some junkyards that will charge to pick up the car from your location.


Beware of some yards

Even though there are many junk yards that will pay for your vehicle some may not. The prices they quote may also vary. The best way to avoid lots of legwork is to call up junk yards near you and find out if they pay, then if they do then describe your car to them to get a quote. Make a list of damages and have it in front of you, this will make describing what is wrong quicker and easier.

Delivering your car

Once you have a price the next step to getting that unwanted car removed is to find a way to transport it to the yard. If you can drive the vehicle this will save you money on hiring a towing service. Even though salvage yards can also bring in cars but they often pay slightly more for vehicles that they don’t need to bring in themselves. So hiring a tow truck can work out to be a better option and you can follow behind with the vehicle’s title with you to prove legal ownership.

Beware of Lemon laws

All unwanted car removal services and sellers need to abide strictly by these laws. The lemon laws are set by the government in order to protect consumers from being treated unfairly. Even though most of these laws are not an issue but some can in fact come back to later haunt you if not careful. The vast majority of state lemon laws do not extend any type of protection to people who purchase used vehicles or vehicles sold as “as is.” So, find out what laws your state has before you sell. Things like meter or mileage tampering, price maxims and private seller laws need a thorough look at before you sell. That said if you are dealing with an honest and often experienced unwanted car removal service like All Unwanted Cars then you may not have to lose sleep over these laws. However, never try to roll back the mileage or lie about the real condition of the car because it will just get you into trouble and quite frankly most cars are not worth this trouble they are unwanted after all and so the money you get is a bonus in addition to a free parking spot in your home.

Mark has been in the unwanted car removal business for over twenty years. He has been providing top notch and trust worthy removals around Australia. However, he along with a host of experts strongly advise that people do a fair bit of research to arm themselves with knowledge prior to selling their unwanted cars.

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  1. Thanks for this great information about unwanted car removal. Those 5 tips, which you have mention in your post are very important and necessary. Best reliable car removal service provider will help you, to get good value of your scrap.

  2. Nice Blog ! You’ve mentioned some key tips when it comes to unwanted car removal. Very helpful as well.

  3. darryl fleming

    I have been in the business for 40 years the best way to get the most for your junk car is to search for a company with a longstanding rep for being the best and paying the most money the first thing you look for is google reviews.

  4. You have written an wonderful article about car removal services. These all 5 tips are very useful for car owner who want to sell their old or scrap cars. Thank you so much for sharing this great post.

  5. Nice article!
    Good information about car removal services!

    Keep up the good work. I hope to see some more unique content from you!

  6. Jenny Potter

    I appreciate your effort in writing such a detailed content. Your post covers each and every aspect or essential topics require for it. Love to read it. There are many ways to get rid of old cars. Your content is amazing. Please share more stuff regarding scrap car removal with us. I want to sell my old car but dont know how to.
    Thanks for the share

  7. Yes, these tips are very important. We should keep in mind these points about car selling.
    Thanks for your effort to guide others.

  8. Alex Smith

    If you have an unwanted car which occupies your garage space you can get rid of it.

  9. Wonderful Tips!!!.. I will recommend your blog to my friends who need it. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Thanks! Nice bit of information provided by in the post regarding car removal service. In Australia, the term cash for cars is also synonymous with car removal.


  12. A very nice and informative blog. It really makes sense to all the people who have to junk their cars.

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