Restrictive environmental regulations in force in the EU mean that inoperative cars must be recycled at dedicated points. Failure to do so results in high fines, the value of which often exceeds the value of the vehicle itself. Lack of appropriate certificates of vehicle deregistration or scrapping results additionally in charging of liability insurance fees of up to thousands of euros.
Thanks to Central Register of Drivers and Vehicles, European services can easily check the inspection and insurance of your car. Therefore, it is worth remembering that only scrapping the vehicle at an authorized point is the safest way to avoid extra fees and fines.
You don’t know what to do with your old car? Call us! We collect broken and damaged cars with our own transport! We complete all formalities for you and issue full vehicle disassembly certificate. We do not sell, repair or trade cars intended for scrapping. They are marked for disassembly only. Licence plates with documents and a certificate are always taken by the owner of the vehicle – it is necessary to deregister the car. We issue documents in the language necessary to deregister car in the country of origin.
We have knowledge and experience that can help in assessing the damage and money recovering if you have participated in an accident or collision abroad and you are not the perpetrator of the incident.
Scrapping and pick-up of the car is free of charge within a radius of 100 km from Roosendaal.
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