Selling Your Junk Car


Do you have a car that is sitting in your yard, garage, or driveway but is undriveable, wrecked, damaged, worn out, collecting rust, or is broken down? Whether it runs or not, choose a company that will buy junk cars for a reasonable cash price that is the best value for your car and then tow it away and dispose of it free.

What is a “Junk Car?”

A Total Loss or Salvage Vehicle is one that was in an accident and the extensive cost of repairing it is more than the value of the car. An End-of-Life Vehicle cannot be repaired, is inoperable, has no monetary value because of age or extreme deterioration, has been stationary for a long period of time, and cannot be safely driven on the road.

Should You Junk It or Donate It?

Buyers do search for junked cars to use for refurbishing or as a source of parts for another vehicle. If you are able to disassemble the junk car, you could even sell the individual valuable parts.
If cash is not a priority, donating the vehicle is excellent because donation facilities will normally pick the vehicle up at no charge and give you a receipt. Donating a junker to a non-profit organization will be tax deductible.

Junk car removal

That can be accomplished usually within 24 hours after you have received and approved a free online no-obligation cash quote from a car buying specialist. The amount of cash depends on the vehicle’s condition, whether it has all its parts, and whether it will be salvaged, scrapped, or simply junked.
You will receive cash immediately upon the company reviewing the title at the scheduled pick-up time and picking up the keys. Often auto junk yards simply disassemble such a vehicle and sell off the parts because some parts can be sold to defray the costs involved in the purchase of the vehicle.

Who Can You Contact?

The professional JunkCarDollars.com, a family owned and operated business, provides an easy way for you to get a fair amount of cash for your unwanted junk car. For over 30 years, they have served Washington, D.C., the surrounding areas, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.