Scrap Car Tompset's Bank, Scrap your car for free

Here at Scrap Car Tompset's Bank we collect vehicles free of charge throughout Tompset's Bank, East Sussex. The DVLA will still expect you to keep your vehicle taxed if it is on the road, obviously if you are not using it, it is a waste of money. Don't pay to have your car towed away. We will collect your vehicle at no cost to you and recycle it in the most environmentally sound way!

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As well as offering a completely free collection, we are also currently able to offer cash for scrap cars in Tompset's Bank depending upon the weight of the vehicle!

If you'd like us to make you an offer just ask when calling or add 'CASH QUOTE PLEASE' in the 'Additional Info' box when submitting our online form.

  • Convenient collection times
  • Nationwide coverage
  • DVLA notification
  • Environment agency approved recycling facilities
  • Completely free collection!

Call 0800 043 5100 for your free collection or fill out our online booking form to the right!

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Choose Scrap Car Tompset's Bank

We've got a large number of happy customers around Tompset's Bank having traded there for many years now. Covering Tompset's Bank we know the area well and will be with you at the agreed time and we will not be late. Scrap Car Tompset's Bank prides ourselves on offering a prompt and reliable service and being there with you at the agreed time slot. We know that life is hectic and you are more than likely to have a lot of commitments that is why we work 24/7, 365 days a year.

We will scrap your car in the most environmentally sound way in East Sussex. Unscrupulous companies might sell your old car rather than destroying it, in a lot of cases such as these they do not even inform the DVLA of any change of ownership. This leaves you vulnerable legally, and can easily result in you being fined. When we take away your scrap car we will notify the DVLA that your vehicle has been declared off of the road, giving you one less thing to worry about. Every time we scrap a car we recycle as much as possible, keeping the impact on our environment as low as possible.

Make sure your old scrap car is disposed of correctly as we want to keep East Sussex clean and tidy. When your street is filled with old abandoned cars it can seriously damage the image of an area, scrap your car and clean up your street. Get rid of that old car, book today!

The car scrappage scheme

The vehicle scrappage scheme may seem like a brilliant idea. However, you cannot purchase any vehicle on this scheme. You can't just go and buy any vehicle you want People seem to get very frustrated as this deal is not available on all cars, only certain cars are available in the car scrappage deals.

How to scrap your car

It couldn't be simpler to scrap your old vehicle in Tompset's Bank. Simply pick up the phone and speak to one of our helpful phone operators. On the other hand just take a look at our very helpful guide to scrapping your car so you can see what the procedure is before you call or book.

Reasons to scrap your car

There will be a lot of reasons for you to scrap your car. Experience shows that most of the time a car is scrapped as it is no longer road worthy, usually failing it MOT. If you have a scrap car that is unusable you need to either declare it off the road or scrap it, otherwise your will continue to need to pay road tax on the car.

Arrange collection of your scrap car

Just call us on 0800 043 5100 or fill out the following form:

Do you have the log book (V5C)?:
Map of Tompset's Bank, East Sussex
DVLA notified
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When we scrap your car we notify the DVLA that your car is now off the road (make a SORN) and can be de-registered.
Environment Agency approved facilities
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Scrap Car Z only takes your cars and vans to Environment Agency licensed vehicle recycling facilities.
The green choice!
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At Scrap Car Z we always recycle as much as we can from the vehicles we collect, from the metal in the engine and chasis to the catalytic converter, ensuring maximum benefit to the environment.