We accept cars in any condition, with or without their fluids. If the car still has fluids, they will be properly drained and reclaimed, reused, or disposed of by a certified company. Learn more about auto and vehicle recycling here.
*Prices subject to change due to market fluctuations.
Titles Needed For All Vehicles Less Than 15 Years Old. Per Net Ton (2000 lbs)
Cars With Tires & Fluid
Cars with tires & fluids
Cars Without Tires
No tires with fluids or with aluminum rims
Cars: Without Tires Without Fluids
No tires & all fluids drained
Cast Car Motors
With oil pans (lite iron)
Cast Car Motors
Without pans (1# steel)
Equipment Farm Or Construction
Depends on steel content and tires
Trailers & Trucks
Less 100 lbs per tire
BRAKE DRUMS and ROTORS
clean no bolts no pads sorted separately
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do you determine if I am bringing you a car or lite iron?
If the VIN number is still visible and the majority of the vehicle is intact, it will be treated as a car.
- Why do you need the VIN number?
As required by law, all VIN numbers are entered into a national database as recycled and crushed.
- I lost my title and my car is less than 15 years old. Can you still take it?
No. By law, for any vehicle less than 15 years old you will need to present a free and clear title. A duplicate title can be issued at the DMV.
- I have some other scrap metal to recycle. Can I fill my car up with other scrap?
Yes. However, unless you weigh it up separately, it will be paid at the car price regardless of the material. We do require that no propane tanks, garbage, extra tires, or hazardous materials are loaded into the car.