Dec. 12, 2012
-- As new laws aimed at curbing railway theft ban cash payments for scrap metal, ACME Auto Salvage, one of the UK’s major car breakers has explained that customers can still scrap cars for cash.
Cable theft has long been the bane of the rail industry, with opportunistic thieves cashing in on valuable metal at recycling yards, while train services are disrupted all over the country. But new legislation in England and Wales means cash payments for scrap metal are no longer possible.
Car owners are assured however that cash payments are still available for scrap cars and thanks to a brand new website, it has never been easier to recycle your old car for cash with ACME Auto Salvage.
York based car breakers ACME Auto Salvage recycle old cars in the most environmentally friendly way possible; one that observes current laws and government legislation. This safeguards customers from a fine dished out by the DVLA.
The company will scrap your car for cash, and pick up an old car from anywhere in the UK. This saves customers the hassle of getting their scrap car to ACME Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) for themselves. Once their vehicle is collected, a friendly and helpful member of the ACME team will fill out all of the appropriate paperwork on the customer’s behalf and hand them cold hard cash in return.
Once the car has been destroyed the customer will also receive a Certificate of Destruction which protects them from further action by the DVLA and can also be used to claim tax back for the scrapped car.
ACME guarantees to beat any genuine quote, and offers to scrap old cars in exchange for cash. For more information, pay a visit to http://www.acmeautosalvage.co.uk/
or give ACME a call on 0845 5 200 666.