By Suntydt from Tazewell, TN
Our rural landscapes have too many junk cars (including my yard). Any one know of any creative free or low cost disposal/recycling for them? It really seems that like batteries and tires there should be a disposal fee associated with all new car purchases.
You and your community could check out a junk car removal service (like: theclunkerjunker.com), that's the one I used. They actually pay you, and come and get the cars. It was a really easy way to clean up the 3 or so junkers that I sitting in my back yard. Recommended your community use the service as well and clean up the neighborhood :)
How do I dispose of my old car?
I'm trying to get rid of some cars that are junk cars at my home. Neither of them run but they are good for parts. I live in Fresno, California. Can anyone help?
I have an old 1990 Toyota Corolla sitting in my yard with a blown engine. I'd really like to just get rid of this thing, not sure anyone will buy it. Does anyone have any recommendation on scrap car removers in WA?
By Nancy from Seattle, WA
I live in Ohio so the market may be different but I recently sold a car with a blown engine on craigslist. I had several scrap yards contact me wanting to pay me $100 and haul the car away. I held out for the $500 I was asking as the body/interior were in perfect shape. I eventually got it from a man looking to repair his car with parts from mine.
Our rural landscapes have too many junk cars (including my yard). Any one know of any creative free or low cost disposal/recycling for them? It really seems that for batteries and tires there should be a disposal fee associated with all new car purchases.
Helpful Reader (12/01/2000)
Carri Ann (12/01/2000)
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