Scrap Car County Tyrone, Scrap your car for free

We offer a free scrap car collection service in and around County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Scrap cars become a problem if you keep them for too long as you need to keep them taxed if they are on the road meaning you will be spending money on your scrap car. you are not advised to 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 County Tyrone 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.

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

Call a member of the team today on 0800 043 5100 or simply fill out our online form!

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Choose Scrap Car County Tyrone

We like to offer the people of Northern Ireland a service that they can rely on, with this in mind we have many happy customers. We know the local area so when you need us we will be there in no time at all. We can be with you at any time, when a time is booked we will never be late. 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 ensure that your car is properly disposed of. 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 leaves you vulnerable legally, and can easily result in you being fined. We always ensure that the DVLA are aware that the vehicle is no longer registered to you, at least that's something you don't have to worry about. Any car that we scrap we ensure that it is scrapped in the most environmentally friendly way possible, we like to do our bit.

We like Northern Ireland to stay clean so dispose of your car in the best possible way, with Scrap Car County Tyrone. Having old broken down cars littering the streets makes the area look very run down and untidy, so scrapping your car will make your neighbours happy. Get rid of that old car, book today!

The car scrappage scheme

The scrappage scheme may seem like a superb idea. However, you might be surprised to learn that this discount is not available on every car. You won't be able to go and purchase any car you wish. This can cause people a lot of misery as you might have your heart set on a particular car only to be told that, "the vehicle is not in the scrappage scheme".

How to scrap your car

It is so simple to scrap your car in County Tyrone. We have many lines into our offices and always answer the phone so call today. If you would like to get some information prior to your call, please take a look at our helpful guide scrapping a car.

Reasons to scrap your car

There are many reason you might want to scrap your car. In our experience the main reason is that the vehicle has failed its MOT and the required work to repair it is too expensive. 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.