I Scrapped my First car in Leighton Buzzard

by John Smith I am Professional Article Writer, since 2012

So, I want to share my “woke” experience of scrapping my car, Firstly I will say that it is not easy to find a good and respectable Scrap Car Service in Leighton Buzzard. I had to search for very long because I went down the rabbit hole of all the things that are done at the scrap yards and how they need to be done. An example of my concerns would be the disposal of hazardous waste, so I had to call different places and see which one dealt with its waste through a registered waste collector. I finally found We Scrap Cars after a long time, a little Car Scrap yard that covers the surrounding areas as well. They provided me answer for all the questions and were kind enough to provide me with additional detail.

Back to the main topic though, I had this Nissan Sentra 2013, her name was Susan, before all the Susan memes. She was my dad’s car before he gave it to me for my 18th birthday and let me tell you, boy was I happy. However, now that it is nearly the end of 2019 and my car is at its wits end, I thought it was about time to let her go because it’s not okay to keep her going in her condition. Also I have now saved up enough to buy myself a new car, which is exciting but I wanted to part with this baby in a way that was appropriate.

My car had many issues and it was not going to be fixed because the repairs would cost a fortune, the car had basically fully stopped working completely and there was nothing I could do except give it to a Scrap car service. So, here is where the knowledge comes in because I did not know it was illegal to receive cash for a scrap car. I had this image of old movies where shady things happened in Scrap yards and everything was cash, however the times have changes a coincidentally the law was changed to actually stop the illegal transfer of goods as well as distribution of stolen goods.

So, I called up my Scrap Car Service in Leighton Buzzard and asked then what they would pay me for a 2013 Nissan Sentra which had completely stopped working. They asked me to send a picture of the vehicle, I also told them that the engine only needed a little fixing and the major issues were other things. They gave me a price of £300 which was fair, considering that the car was literally out of shape. The transaction was the easiest part. They came, they looked, they took and they transferred, the money that is. 

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