Date   2014/09/16  
No.1   How to Get Cash Out of a Junk Car

Every car has to be put out to pasture eventually. Sooner or later, a car is going to reach a point where it can't be driven ever again. While cars can often be repaired, sometimes the cost of repairs is more than the car is worth. This puts you in a situation where you have no choice but to stop using the vehicle.

Thankfully, this doesn't need to be a bad thing. You can trade in your junk care for money, add some of your savings to the money you get, and purchase a brand new car. But how can you do that?

To start, you'll need to track down a junk yard. Owners of junk yard typically purchase cars and strip them for parts or materials. Call one up, ask for a quote on your car, and trade it in for some cold hard cash. If there's not a junk yard in your immediate area, try looking on online classified pages. Many people use these pages to find old cars to buy and strip. You may even be able to sell parts individually.

You may be able to find someone who is willing to repair the car, even though you see it as unusable. The person will probably want to look at the car to make sure it can be salvaged before they make you an offer. You'll be more likely to have success with this route if your car model is considered to be a "classic." These cars are highly sought after, and people are willing to put in the time and money it would take to fix them.

In addition, there are a number of websites that purchase cars for cash. You will have to pay shipping and handling charges, so you should make sure this is your only option before you go this route. If you want to get the maximum amount of money from a car, you'll want to sell it to a buyer who is in your area.

Why let an old car sit in unused in your garage or backyard? Get some money out of the vehicle, and give the car a second chance. Someone may be able to get some real use out of the car, and you'll certainly get use out of the money you receive.
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