Published on August 28th, 2017 | by Guest


The do’s and don’ts of getting rid of your old car [Infographic]

Saying goodbye to something familiar, something that has been with you for a long time is not easy. Be it something small, or big—like your car. Since everything is meant to be broken after years of use, it is inevitable that your wheels be replaced by something newer, bigger, and something that is reliable than the old one who has the tendency to break down any minute.

If you’re ready to bid goodbye to your ride for years, selling it to a junkyard is one of the best ways to see it go. Aside from giving it dignity for one last time, it can also provide you a lot of benefits—monetary and logistically wise. Instead of letting it get eaten by rust over time, occupying a large space on your garage, why not just junk it? That way, you’ll earn a decent amount of money, which can finance your new vehicle, while opening up a bigger space on your garage or backyard. Moreover, that simple gesture can even give a lot of benefits to the environment, decreasing steel production, coal burning, and greenhouse gasses emission.

But, how can you even junk it without knowing the process of salvaging it to a reputable junkyard? This can be intimidating, especially for those who are unfamiliar with the terms, as well as for first time car ‘junkers’.

This infographic will help you in knowing the do’s and don’ts of junking your car—from choosing the best junkyard company, to preparing the needed documents in turning your old vehicle over. Should you break it down and sell it piece by piece? Or sell it in just one go? No need to feel overwhelmed and intimidated! After all, with a little knowledge, you will know what to expect and how to deal with the whole process of junking your old car.

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