Safely and reliably sell your damaged vehicle or insurance write-off anywhere in the United Kingdom using our simple Vehicle Salvage Service.
Safely sell your damaged vehicle or insurance write-off anywhere in the United Kingdom using our simple Vehicle Salvage Service.
We specialise in vehicle disposal and buying motor vehicles from members of the public whose vehicles are:
How much do you buy my salvage vehicle for?
We pay you a fair price for your vehicle based on its pre accident value, condition and mileage.
Selling your salvage vehicle is easy, and done in 4 easy steps
Our service has national coverage and if you agree to sell your vehicle to us, we will collect it free of charge* anywhere in England, Scotland and Wales.
We look at every vehicle on its individual merits and the value we offer will be based on these factors. To find out how much we would offer to purchase your vehicle, submit the details and we will contact you.
We believe that the values we offer are fair and reasonable taking into consideration the merits of each vehicle. If you are not happy with our value, you are free to decline our offer and seek to sell your vehicle elsewhere.
If the vehicle is not what you have described it to be or if there is something which you have failed to advise us about, for example the vehicle being subject to recovery and storage charges, we will refuse to buy your vehicle.
We can pay you either by cheque or BACS payment.
It takes a maximum of 21 working days to pay you. If you require a BACS/CHAPS payment, you can request this at an extra cost of £25.00.
Yes. The Direct.gov website advises you what the procedure is to apply for a tax refund.
Yes. Selling your salvage is similar to simply selling your vehicle. It is a mandatory requirement that you notify the DVLA that you are no longer in possession of your vehicle. If you fail to tell the DVLA you may be liable to a fine. For more information on notifying the DVLA, please go to the Direct.gov website, which advises you of the steps you need to take to notify the DVLA that you are no longer in possession of the vehicle.
You will need to get a replacement log book (V5) by filling in a V62 Form. More information about how you replace a lost or stolen registration certificate can be found at the Direct.gov website.
If you have a private number plate and you wish to keep that number first of all you will need to contact the DVLA to either transfer the number plate to another vehicle or retain it on paper. If you intend to retain your private number plate, you must not sell your vehicle to us until you have completed the transfer or retention process with the DVLA. For more information about transferring private/cherished number plates, please visit the Direct.gov website
You need to sign the Yellow box of your Vehicle Registration document (V5).
We pay for the cost of collection of your vehicle. However, if your vehicle is subject to charges from a storage agent (for example recovery and storage fees following a road traffic accident) you will have to pay these in order for your vehicle to be released. You must advise us if this is the case so that we do not have to abort a collection. Aborted collections will incur a Aborted Collection Fee***.
Whilst this should take no more than 48 working hours, sometimes it may be longer. If there is a delay we will contact you to let you know why. You must advise us if this is the case so that we do not have to abort a collection. Aborted collections will incur a Aborted Collection Fee***
No. You will need to pay these before we collect the vehicle. If you have not, or fail to tell us about these charges which means that we have to abort a collection, you will be subjected to the Aborted Collection Fee***.
You are free to change your mind about selling your vehicle. However, if we have collected your vehicle or have a vehicle en route for collection you will be liable to pay cancellation charges.
We usually make arrangements that are convenient for you. However we understand that you might not always be available. If you are not in we will collect your vehicle in your absence. Before we will collect your vehicle, you need to sign our purchase form and send us your V5 Vehicle Registration Document. If we are unable to collect the vehicle, you will be subjected to the Aborted Collection Fee***
Please put the vehicle manual and history in the glove box of the vehicle.
To assist with what we need to know, please tell us about the following:
Please be honest and accurate because if you do not tell us something that is significant about the vehicle, we may have to change our offer or even decide not to purchase which could also incur the Aborted Collection Fee***.
Yes, but you must let us know that you are doing this before we collect the vehicle.
No, we do not provide our service for the disposal of these types of vehicle.
It is your responsibility to discharge this. We cannot pay you for your vehicle until you have done this.
We appreciate that the V5 Registration Document does not prove ownership of the vehicle. However, if the name of the registered keeper is different to the owner, we require you to provide us with documentation that you own the vehicle.
*Subject to our terms and conditions. We do not pay inherited recovery and storage costs.
***Aborted collections will incur a cancellation charge of £100.00 plus VAT.
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