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Your only options when looking to sell a junk car when we started buying cars in the 1980s used to be the salvage yards in the local yellow pages, or the companies with late at night TV ads that offered fast cash and tow away service.
Today, the Internet has taken the market national, auto donation charities and non-profits spend millions to try to convince you to donate your junk car, and we understand that you have many options when you're looking to get rid of an old car.
The growth of the junk car donation charities makes sense given the generosity of the American people. While you should consult a tax professional before determining the actual value of donations to charities and not-for-profit organizations, current tax law normally means that you'll save between $100 and $200 when you file your Federal Tax Returns next year.
Salvage yards and steel recyclers profit when they are able to buy junk cars for far less than they're worth in their weight in steel. The cost of recycled steel has collapsed over the last few years, and they rarely can offer more than $100 in the current environment.
Used parts suppliers and used car dealers make a profit by buying lots of cars and hoping that one in ten can generate a significant profit. That means that they always make a very low offer, and treat every customer and car the same way.
Our business is dedicated to paying you what your car is worth. We'll talk to all the people whose business rely on buying junk cars, and make the highest cash offer possible.