Scrap Car Sidway, CW3, Scrap your car for free

Local, reliable car collection service in Sidway (CW3), Staffordshire. Got an old scrap car then you will still be expected to keep the vehicle taxed if your vehicle is still on the road, even if you are not actually driving the vehicle. Do not pay to have your old scrap car towed away. We will collect your old scrap car at no cost to you at all in Sidway.

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

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

Book today with our team on 0800 043 5100 or fill out the online booking form to the right of this page!

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Choose Scrap Car Sidway

Scrap Car Sidway offer a local service to Staffordshire and have provided car collection in Sidway for over a decade resulting in many happy customers. Covering Sidway we know the area well and will be with you at the agreed time and we will not be late. We are proud of our reputation of a prompt and reliable service we will always be 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 make sure that your car is disposed of the right way. Some scrap car companies might sell your car and not scrap it, sometimes not even informing the DVLA that your vehicle has changed ownership. This can result and usually does in you being fined. Scrap Car Sidway will always notify the DVLA that your vehicle has been scrapped, meaning you can rest assured that you are in the very safest of hands. When we scrap a car we always either reuse of recycle as much of the vehicle as possible and so do our bit for the environment.

Please ensure that your car is disposed of in the right way, we would like to keep the streets of Staffordshire clean. 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. Scrap that old car, call today!

How to scrap your car

Its so easy to scrap your old car in Sidway. Just by picking up the phone you can learn the process from our helpful phone operators. If on the other hand you are not ready to book and would like to find out more about how to scrap a car please feel free to look at our guide to scrapping your car.

Reasons to scrap your car

There are a lot of reasons you may want 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 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.

The car scrappage scheme

The car scrappage scheme may at first seem like a fantastic idea. However, you will be limited as to what you can get. You won't be able to go and purchase any car you wish. This can also be a very frustrating issue for the people looking to get a new car as they have to be dictated to as to what car they can buy.

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 Sidway (CW3), Staffordshire
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.