Underneath you will find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions people have when
they are scrapping a car, if your query isn’t met on this page, or on the site, please don’t hesitate
to get in touch with us and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions you may have
No this would not be a problem but we must have your permission to gain entry to the vehicle
This should be no problem although collection can take a little longer.
We have no problem with you removing smaller parts and accessories from the vehicle but please tell us the full
extent of the vehicle at the time of booking.
You should notify the DVLA when the vehicle is removed – If you do not have a logbook then you will be required to
send a letter along with a copy of the disposal form to the DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1BD.
Yes, you can visit the DVLA website and download a V14 document.
Before collection you need to clear all contents from your vehicle and remove the tax disc if you wish to claim a refund. You must then complete
section 9 on your logbook (V5 Document) and send it to the DVLA. If you do not have the V5 then you must notify them in writing (Always recorded post).
Yes, we can collect on weekends
No, we also buy motorcycles, vans, lorries, motorhomes, in fact any type of scrap or damaged vehicle.
Yes, we will supply a COD.
Your information will be sent immediately to a local agent who will then call you to agree a price for your scrap vehicle and arrange a convenient time for collection.
Collection is normally made within 3 days.
We can scrap your car without the logbook V5 document. However it is important that you notify the DVLA with a covering letter that you have scrapped your vehicle.
You might also want to print an extra copy of our vehicle surrender form and post that to DVLA, Swansea SA99 1BD.
When your application has been approved by the DVLA, you will receive a V778 Retention Document. Don’t sell or scrap your vehicle till you
receive this document!