Are you looking to scrap your car?
Your car’s dashboard has warning lights that indicate there’s a fault with your car. For example, perhaps your Engine Management Light is showing. This could mean a number of different faults, from non-dangerous issues to very dangerous faults. Check your car’s manual for more information.
If your car won’t start, it’s possibly down to a flat battery. Generally you should expect your car battery to last around 3 years or cover 50,000 miles. If your car battery is flat, your car won’t start!
Today’s cars have a complex cooling system so overheating problems can cause smoke from your engine bay. Overheating problems come from a variety of different things, such as a blocked thermostat for example. Another issue could be a faulty head gasket; this might result in white smoke coming from your exhaust.
General wear and tear on componentry such as the clutch could cause this type of problem. If your clutch no longer works, you won’t be able to move your car and you’ll just be able to rev the engine without engaging your gears. A new clutch can be fairly expensive, expect to pay from £400 upwards. Maybe you’re thinking you should “Look for a scrap car yard near me”? You’ve come to the right place.
Car been clamped or impounded? Did you park incorrectly or perhaps you haven’t paid your road tax? It might also be that your car insurance is invalid. To get your car pack, you need to pay the fine, and rectify any faulty insurance or road tax.
The easiest, most convenient alternative to expensive repairs is to scrap your car. It saves you time and money – plus you can buy a replacement car with the money you make. Got no log book (V5)? Don’t worry! At UKCARMOVEMENT, we’re legally able to remove your car and scrap it. Just tell the DVLA that you’ve sold your car as scrap. All we need from you is a valid UK passport, credit card or debit card statement. We can also take a driving licence, tax reminder or insurance document with a matching name and address.
Most of the time, your car will be recycled and turned into scrap metal. On the odd occasion that your car is deemed fixable, we save it and might even find a new buyer for it!
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