Scrap Car County Armagh, Scrap your car for free

Scrap Car County Armagh are a reliable team of scrap car collectors working out of County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Your old scrap vehicle can cause you serious problems if you do not get them scrapped, for instance to keep your car on the road it will need to be taxed. You don't need to give someone money to get rid of your old scrap car. We can take away your scrap car for free!

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As well as offering a completely free collection, we are also currently able to offer cash for scrap cars in County Armagh 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.

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

Why not simply fill out the form to the right or ring a member of the team 0800 043 5100!

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Choose Scrap Car County Armagh

We have been trading in the Northern Ireland area for over a decade and have many happy customers. We know the local area so when you need us we will be there in no time at all. At Scrap Car County Armagh, our service also includes a very fast response and we will always be with you in your specified time slot. We will collect cars, vans and trucks day or night, seven days a week, and can work around you commitments.

We ensure that your old scrap car is disposed of in the right way in Northern Ireland. There are a few companies out there that will sell your scrap car as a runner and not scrap it, quite often they will not even inform the DVLA that the vehicle has a new owner. This will result in you being fined as legally you are left very vulnerable. 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. Here at Scrap Car County Armagh we make sure that we recycle everything, so as you can tell we always do our bit for the environment.

Make sure your old scrap car is disposed of correctly as we want to keep Northern Ireland clean and tidy. Do you have an old car on your drive that is making your drive look untidy, we can help, at least the neighbours will be pleased. Want to dispose of your old car, call us today!

The car scrappage scheme

The car scrappage scheme for County Armagh may seem like a great idea. However, you are in fact limited to what type of new car you can get. You can't just go out and purchase any vehicle you want This is a very frustrating issue as you have got to buy a car that is in the current scheme.

How to scrap your car

It is very easy to scrap your car in County Armagh. Pick up the phone, dial our number and learn the process today. Otherwise, just take a look at our helpful guide to scrapping your car so that you know the procedure before calling.

Reasons to scrap your car

There are hundreds of reasons why you would want to scrap a car. In our many years experience we find that most of the time a car is scrapped as it is no longer road worthy, usually failing a recent MOT. If you have an old car that is not being used you will either need to declare it of the road or scrap it, but keeping the car you will still need to keep it taxed.

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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)?:
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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.