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Questions for auto part recyling

Recycling cars is a big business. Junk cars are used for their parts which are sold at resale value, but they are also used for their steel. In fact, recycled car steel accounts for 25% of all steel produced today. Needless to say, that old wrecker in your driveway isn't so worthless after all. Selling your junk car can be a good way to make cash. Likewise, if you need to replace a car part, check out your local salvage yard and see if you can buy a used one in good condition. Ask the following questions when looking into recycling auto parts.

  • What exactly happens to my junk car once I sell it?
    First, the car is dismantled and stripped. This means all of its usable parts are removed, from the engines to the seats. Once only the shell remains the car is often crushed. Then it is transported to a facility that has a shredder, a large machine that can cut through steel. This dismantles the car into scrap metal, which is then recycled into steel.

  • How can I get a good price for my junk car?
    If you are planning on selling your car, check to see how much steel is going for. Knowing the market means that you won't be taken advantage of. Also, call and compare quotes from different auto buyers.

  • How do I buy from a junkyard?
    Junkyards, now called salvage yards or pick and pulls, offer great deals for the savvy used parts buyer. Before going to a salvage yard, make sure you know what part you need and what model car you have. Usually you can call first to see if that model car is on the lot. Sometimes, especially if you own classic car or truck, salvage yards can be a goldmine.
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    A company that dismantles cars and recycles the used parts will generally gather different types of parts in order to help customers needing to find specific components for their car, truck, van, or motorcycle. Salvage yards can have Japanese, European, and American vehicles or scraps of what is left of the car that are still safe to use. Vintage car owners who want to find an exact match of the part that needs to be used can speak with several salvage yards to hunt down the part. Classic car bodies can be found at salvage yards for a new owner to build back up again. While most salvage yards will have both American-made and foreign parts available, some may have more of a selection depending on what the customer is looking for. They will have an inventory list to assist customers with the object they're trying to find. A car's door, headlight, or engine can be replaced by the owner of the car or at a body shop. Some salvage yards may have a body shop on site. Salvage yards can be owned by car lovers or auto mechanics who have built a good collection of car, heavy truck, van, or motorcycle parts. They can offer advice on what type of import will work best for a car's performance. They can help customers decide if a recycled part will work just as well as a new one. A company that sells used or recycled auto parts will only carry those that are still safe to drive. Some dismantle the cars themselves in order to find the best scrap metal or car parts that can be used, while others buy from different companies.



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