Does your vehicle need more repairs than it’s worth?
Or maybe your car has reached the end of its drivable life? Or perhaps, you’re sick of hearing your better half complain about that eyesore that’s been sitting on your property for one year too long?
Let Tear-A-Part Take Care of It
Give us a call and we’ll come pick up your old car. Right away!
Did you know that we actually have the fastest buying process in all of Utah?
And best of all, we’ll put money back in your pocket. We pay in cash, on the spot for cars. Even ones that don’t run.
After we pay for your vehicle and take it away, we’ll ensure that it’s recycled properly using our four-step, earth-friendly recycling system.
Because like you, we want to make our world better.
And left to sit, junked cars leak toxic fluids from the engine and gas tanks. The parts won’t decompose. The vehicle will just sit there and rust.
Are you ready to sell your clunker for cash?
If you are, we’re here to make the process as easy as possible for you. For example, we pay you cash on the spot AND arrange to pick up your car ASAP.
But there are a few tasks that you need to handle to make sure the transaction goes smoothly on your end. And having these taken care of before the tow truck arrives will ensure the sale will happen without delay!
They’ll also help you to get the most bang for your buck. And who doesn’t want that?
So if you’re planning on scrapping your car, be sure to tackle these five tasks first.
1. Remove All of Your Personal Belongings
Cars can hold a lot of stuff. From the trunk to the pockets on the back of your seats to the glove box and center console, there are plenty of nooks and crannies where you’ll probably find things.
In America, consumers are becoming used to recycling. Whether it’s glass, paper, plastic or metal, a lot of communities throughout the United States are familiar with the benefits of turning waste into new products. Why is it, then, that a lot of people just abandon their old cars when they could be getting cash for them, while also helping to protect the environment?!