Scrap my Car – Questions and Answers

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My Car has no wheels! Can you still collect it?

It really depends on the location and situation but please call us on tel: 01495 687 687 and we can discuss things. If at all possible we WILL collect the vehicle and then safely dispose of it.
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How can I Scrap my Car in Wales?

Knowing exactly what you should do if you want to scrap your car because it has broken down one time too many; because it simply won’t work; was in a road traffic accident and no longer is useable; or because it has simply grown too old; can be confusing. Whether you live in Newport, Cardiff, Chepstow, Pontypool, Cwmbran, Aberdare, or any other local area, we can help! To make the process clear though, below we explain the process in full and explain the considerations. Continue reading

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Scrap Car Collection in Newport and South Wales

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It has been quite a few months because we have moved our business lock stock and barrel from the Bristol area to Pen Y Fan Industrial Estate, Crumlin, Newport, Wales and as you can imagine, it is quite a logistical challenge. Such has been the success of our business, that we needed to expand and find larger premises that could accommodate the needs of the business and Newport, Wales, was a location we choose to best serve our needs. We have been in business now for over 15 years and built up a reputable business and look forward to serving our customers all over the UK for recycled car parts and to serve you in the South Wales area.

Service we Offer

In this post I would like to remind you of the many services we offer and to provide some guidance on what you can find on this site:

  • SHOP and BUY Spare Car Parts – visit our eBay Shop for a wide range of parts. Choose from thousands of different car parts.
  • A key part of our business also is SCARP CAR COLLECTION.
  • Part worn tyres fitted with free front wheel balancing – a great way to reduce costs and to use the tyres for longer but safely.
  • You can also search out USER GUIDES for PARTS. Find a lot of very useful information on how to, for example, find the car parts number so that you can get a replacement part.

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