An old car can be difficult to sell off or even remove from your property, especially if there are no car wreckers in your area. Fortunately, there are ways to dispose of your old 4-wheeler.
Donate it to Charity
You can try automobile donations to charity. While you might not earn any money for it, you can at least write it off in your next tax dues. Plus, donating a car to charity usually means that the charity will pick it up from your home.
Dismantle for Car Parts
You also have the option of stripping the car and selling the parts individually. You’ll find that some parts will fetch a better price, especially if they’re relatively newer than the rest of the car. If you’re not into selling the parts, you can also try using them as replacements for your new car. However, you need to make sure that your old car and new car parts are complementary.
Some junkyards will happily pay for your old car, but don’t expect a high price for it. Most junkyards would simply use the car for spare parts. This is a good idea if you’re not familiar with cars and therefore can’t start stripping it off yourself. A junk removal service would also pick up the car themselves.
Resell to a Company
It’s usually not a good idea to sell an old car to an end-user, as it may require you to do more repairs than you need to so your old car will be sold. If the car can still be repaired for reuse, you’d want to sell it to a car company that can repair the car.
Of course, those are just some of the methods you can use to make something of an old car. You’ll find that discarding an old car and buying a new one is often better, especially when you consider the time and money you need to spend.