Looking to scrap your car in St Helens, have you been searching for Scrap my car St Helens or Scrap cars Bought?
These are the most frequently asked questions from Our customers
Answer: Just use our online form or call directly; our friendly staff will provide a valuation and arrange same day scrap car collection.
Answer: We do not charge to scrap your car, our scrap service is free and we even pay you for your vehicle, the price normally depends on the model and specification of the car but no matter, we promise the best price for your scrap car in St Helens.
Answer: We do not charge to collect your scrap car in St Helens.
Answer: We can help you complete the paperwork and we can issue a certificate of destruction for your records however it is always the owners responsibility to ensure DVLA have been notified.
Answer: We can provide a certificate of destruction upon request, DVLA will provide a notification of the vehicle transfer/scrap after you have notified them of the vehicle being scrapped (we can help with this, please ask the driver)
Answer: Our Normal payment methods are either Cheque or electronic transfer, if you prefer a different method of payment, EG PayPal please speak to the team.
Answer: Same day instant payment upon collection providing all our documentation is fully completed.
Answer: No Worries but it would help us if you let us know in advance as we have different methods of collection and non-runners may need to be winched onto the transporters deck.
It is always your responsibility OF THE VEHICLE OWNER to inform DVLA that you are no longer the owner/keeper of the vehicle. Scrap cars St Helens will help you complete the details on Section 9 of the V5C and hand this back to you. Alternatively you can notify DVLA online by visiting DVLA website. If you do not have a V5C, you should send a letter to DVLA to inform them of the transfer of ownership as soon as the vehicle has been handed over to us.
As you are transferring the ownership to scrap cars St Helens it is our business details that should be supplied to DVLA.