Scrap My Car Devon
Looking to scrap your old, broken or unwanted car or van in Devon? From Plymouth to Exeter, Torquay, Exmoor and Dartmouth – Scrap Car Comparison covers the whole of Devon and South.
All of our collections are contact-free to protect both our customers and our collectors. Get started today and browse and compare the most competitive quotes in the market.
Get your scrap car quote
Getting your quote is easy and can be done in as little as 30 seconds. And in just 72 hours your car could be gone with our fast and secure payment landing directly in your bank account. Follow these steps for the best scrap car experience:
Step One: Generate a Quote
Go to the top of the page and fill in your vehicle’s registration plate and postcode. We’ll get your make and model details and find the scrap yards who cover your area.
Step Two: Accept an Offer
Accept the best offer we’ve been able to find for you. It’s a no obligation way of letting us know you’re happy with the price and want to proceed with the sale.
Step Three: Collection and Payment
Our team will help arrange collection of your vehicle in Devon at a convenient time. We’ll be on hand to answer any of your questions and complete a bank transfer cash payment the same day.
Alternatively you can phone our dedicated customer support team 7 days week
We’ll buy these vehicles in Devon
✅ Non starters
✅ MOT failures
✅ Insurance write offs
✅ Damaged vehicles
✅ Petrol and diesel vehicles
✅ Uneconomical cars and vans
✅ Missing paperwork
✅ Break downs
✅ SORN vehicles
✅ Electric and hybrid cars
Why choose Scrap Car Comparison
Since 2013 the team at Scrap Car Comparison have been finding the best scrap car prices for drivers in Devon and the South West. We’ve teamed up with the best car scrap yards, otherwise known as authorised treatment facilities (ATFs), that offer competitive pricing and the best customer service.
Our dedicated customer support team are available 7 days week to help find you the best scrap prices for your can or van.
The team can scour the country for a buyer for your car, and the more details you provide the better price we’re usually able to find.
Getting a quick quote online will give you an unbeatable price but if you want immediate support you can phone us directly and for free.
Scrap coverage in Devon
Wherever in the county you’re located, Scrap Car Comparison can collect your vehicle at no extra cost – and you’ll never run into any unexpected fees. You’ll be paid on the very same day your vehicle is taken away knowing you’ve found the best price. Find out more about scrap and salvage vehicle collection in your part of Devon:
Our scrap car collection will guarantee pickups from EX1 postcodes in the centre of Exeter city to the seaside resorts of Ilfracombe and Woolacombe of EX34 in North Devon. Despite Devon being a largely rural county with various national parks, most of our scrap yards cover the entirety of the region. Neighbouring counties of Somerset and Cornwall cover large parts of Devon too.
Where possible we will arrange for a locally based authorised scrap car specialist (ATF) to scrap your car in accordance with local and national laws or guidelines.
Scrap car trends in Devon
Since we help thousands of customers scrap their vehicles every month, we can aggregate trends that we see in your area.
- The Ford Focus is the most scrapped car across Devon which follows the national trend.
- Vauxhall models, the Corsa and Astra, are also popular as are Renault models like the 206 and 207.
- Silver is the colour most popular across Devon, with blue, black, blue, and grey also popular.
- Though 2007 is the year most of the cars we scrapped were made – the other popular years are 2006, 2005 and 2004 suggesting good longevity of car ownership.
- Based on postcodes, most of the scrapped cars came from Exeter rather than Plymouth which has a bigger population.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Can I scrap my car in Devon?
Yes, you can scrap your car across the entirety of Devon – we have 100% coverage across the county. We have a number of scrap yards covering your area that are able to offer the most competitive prices, free collection and great customer service.
What are the scrap car prices in Devon?
The good news is that scrap car prices are directly linked to the weight of your car or van. And those prices reflect the national average across Devon and the wider mainland UK. Our network of approved scrap yards offer competitive prices for your vehicle. If your car is salvaged, rather than scrapped, then we’ll find the best buyer across the United Kingdom to get you the best price nationally.
Can you scrap my specific make and model?
We scrap all well known car makes and models across the country. That includes the newest Tesla electric vehicles, various supercars and older non-runners. We can even scrap imports, classic cars, modified cars and carry out commercial fleet disposal. We use your registration plate to find the specific model and price according to the manufacturer’s weight of the vehicle. On the rare occasion we don’t find your make and model details we’ll escalate your quote to our specialist team to research the vehicle and find you an unbeatable price.
Can my damaged, broken, missing MOT car be scrapped?
Yes we can scrap just about any car or van in any condition. We might need to adjust the prices we offer if there are parts of your vehicle missing. But if you have a damaged car, a car with no current MOT or even if it’s an insurance write off we can get you a price and arrange a collection.
Not sure what’s best for your car and want an expert opinion? Free phone us 7 days a week on 03333 44 99 50.
How is salvaging different from scrapping?
Car salvaging is the process of reclaiming the vehicle so it isn’t dismantled and recycled, but instead fixed or stripped for parts. Salvaging nearly always gets you a better price for your car or van, but we do need to know more about the car’s condition. Find out how to salvage your car.
What will happen to my scrap car?
If your car is scrapped then the vehicle will be recycled. This means all of the components and parts will be stripped and processed in line with national environmental standards. Nearly all of the materials will be used to build new cars in what is considered a circular automotive economy. Find out more about car recycling.