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Infographic - what happens to scrapped cars?

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Broken down car

It's always a sad day when your car breaks down, but hey - nothing lasts forever. You could pay a mechanic to repair your car and get it back on the road for a little while longer, but if your car has reached a certain age, you may decide that it makes better financial sense to simply sell your car and invest in a new one.

However, you may well find traditional car dealerships unwilling to buy a car that isn't fully functional. Some won't even offer part exchange on it. If this proves to be the case, you may find yourself wondering...

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pile of crushed scrap cars

Scrapping your car might seem like a pretty straightforward process, but there are actually a number of steps you have to take before selling your car to an authorised treatment facility (ATF).

One of the most commonly-asked questions is whether or not you have to inform the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) when you make the decision to scrap your car.

The short answer to this question is yes, you have to tell the DVLA when you scrap your car. In fact, you have to tell the DVLA whenever you sell, transfer, buy, or scrap a car.

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how much is a scrap car worth?

No matter how well you look after your car, there will come a time when it reaches the end of its life. There are a whole host of reasons why you might consider scrapping your car, but whether you've driven it for 200,000 + miles, or accidentally crashed it on the way to work, you want to make sure you're getting the best possible price.

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