If My Car Is Immobilised, Can You Still Scrap It?

If My Car Is Immobilised, Can You Still Scrap It?

Cars end up getting scrapped for a variety of reasons. Often it’s because of rust or bodywork damage sustained in an accident, but mechanical issues can render a car fit for the scrapheap too.

No matter which part of your car has given up the ghost – be it suspension parts, the engine, gearbox or electronic components – your vehicle can quite easily be immobilised. And if the parts and labour required to fix the issue(s) add up to more than the cost of the car, selling the vehicle for scrap may be the most financially sound way forward.

But what if your vehicle is totally immobilised and is unable to start or move under its own power?

Scrap My Car Norfolk

If you’ve found yourself in this situation, you need to choose a recovery company with equipment that’s capable of collecting and safely transporting your vehicle – and you’ve come to the right place.

Here at Cambridge Car Solutions, our team has access to some of the latest and most effective recovery equipment out there. We operate the likes of HIAB recovery lorries, which – at the hands of our experienced drivers – can make recovering your stricken vehicle child’s play.

We’re a family-run business and pride ourselves on delivering exemplary customer service. You won’t have to worry about any hidden fees or nasty surprises with us – and we make sure our prices are top-notch by comparing them to competitors on a regular basis.

No matter the make and model of your vehicle, we can help. We even collect large 4x4s and vans on a regular basis, as well as motorbikes.

Visit our Scrap my car Norfolk page for more information and to receive a free quote. Contact us today if you have any questions for our team.

Proud owner of Cambridge Car Solutions, a family run business offering both Vehicle Recycling & 24/7 Breakdown Recovery.