We’ll be pleased to visit you to take away your unwanted car scrap. It might be an old MOT failure or simply a vehicle that costs too much to get it repaired. If that’s the case we’ll be delighted to offer you the best price available for your car scrap. We’ll even guarantee that our offer will be the best you can get.

Our nationwide network of collectors will come to visit you in Bolton or anywhere else at any time of the day or night to help you dispose of your car for scrap. Unlike our competitors, we won’t even charge you to take away your van or motorbike as the price we offer you will be the amount of money we hand over to you.

When scrapping a car, if the paperwork worries you, don’t let it. Our extremely helpful drivers will take you through the DVLA documents and the COD (certificate of destruction) so you can sleep easy knowing the paperwork isn’t going to come back and bite you. You won’t be alone worrying about the paperwork when you scrap a car. Most people only have to deal with the life of a van, motorbike or other means of transport once or twice in their lifetime. Luckily, we deal with this all day, every day. Our professionalism will guide you through the documents.

From our scrap car base in Bolton we can collect your unwanted scrap cars for cash from any of the immediate towns; Preston and Bolton, Burnley and Rochdale, Oldham and Leigh, Wigan and of course, the whole of the greater Manchester area.

You can be sure that we’re up to date with our waste management licence and of course, our waste carriers licence when dealing with scrap car removal. Without these we couldn’t operate and we’re in constant contact with the governing bodies to ensure we are always up to date with any laws or legal practices as and when they get updated. We guarantee we will constantly monitor all scrap car collection legal issues relating to our industry to serve you better whether you need us in Bolton or any of the local towns or villages.

Bolton General Knowledge

Formerly a mill town after Flemish weavers settled here five hundred years ago, but less than 70 years ago 216 cotton mills made Bolton one of the biggest cotton spinning production centres in the world, boosted by the use of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury canals infrastructure.

Bolton is well known for the long history of local football team, Bolton Wanderers and well as locally born WBA World light-welterweight champion, Amir Khan.

Alan Ball, from England’s victorious 1966 World up winning team was born here as was popular comedian Peter Kay.

The 26 conversation areas hold over 700 listed buildings, most of which are found in the town centre. Several mills are close to the town and embrace an inspection into the past. Your scrap car dealer is always local to you.