Do you have an old junky car that’s just taking up space? Not sure what to do or where to go to get rid of it?
Don’t worry, this article has got you covered with some pointers on what you can do, the best choices, and the most profitable ways to offload your old car.
Read on to learn more.
Sell It to a Junkyard
This is probably the easiest way to get rid of an old car. Scrapyards will buy any type of car, regardless of its condition. They’ll even come and pick it up for free in many cases.
This is because the demand for second-hand spares and scrap metal is there and the profits are high!
Sell It Online
If you’re not keen on dealing with junkyards or charities, then selling your car online is another great option. It’s a great way to quickly find out who buys junk cars.
There are plenty of websites that cater specifically to people looking to buy second-hand cars, so you’re sure to find a buyer in no time.
Plus, you can set your own price and arrange payment and collection directly with the buyer—so if you’re looking for fast cash, it couldn’t be simpler!
Post It on Craigslist.org
You might be surprised at how many people are willing to take your old car off your hands—especially if it’s free. Just post an ad on Craigslist and wait for the offers to come rolling in.
Even though Craigslist has been around for a very long time it still gets lots of interested eyeballs each and every month so it’s definitely worth a shot.
Donate It to Charity
If you’re feeling generous, you can always donate your old car to a worthy cause. Many charities will come and pick up the car for free, and you’ll get a tax deduction to boot.
This kinda sounds like a ‘win, win’ to me so worth investigating.
Sell It to a Private Buyer
There are always people looking for cheap cars, so you may be able to sell your old car to a private junk car buyer. Just be sure to advertise it well and set a fair price.
Just be. careful about the description you use to describe your car as terms like ‘good condition’ can come back to bite you if the new owner has issues with the car after purchase.
Be as honest as possible and always include the words, sold as seen, tried and tested’ on your bill of sale and you should be protected from any future issues such as the one I’ve just described.
If your old car is beyond repair, you can always recycle it. This is the greenest option, as it will help reduce waste and save resources. Many recycling centers will come and pick up your car for free.
So there you have it—some really easy ways to get rid of an old junky car. Now all that’s left to do is choose the option that’s right for you.
Ready to Get Rid of Your Old Junky Car?
Parting ways with an old car can be a hassle, but it’s not impossible. If you’re looking to get rid of or keep your old clunker for now, then hopefully this post has reassured you that you can make the process as smooth and painless.
So what are you waiting for? Start clearing out that garage and say goodbye to your old junky car!
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