Scrap your car online with Jamjar
Give us a few details
Provide us with the vehicle registration number and a few other details about the car you wish to scrap so that we can get the best quotes from hundreds of UK car buying services. Within seconds, you’ll see a full list of instant quotes we can source.
Valuations require none of your Personal information.
We do not require any of your private or personal information to gain your best end of life or scrap valuations from the best UK network of scrap and ATP dealers. If you are quick on a keyboard you can gain your full valuation results in only 22 seconds.
Compare deals from scrap buyers
We want to make your life as easy as possible, so we give you all the information you need to compare different quotes for your scrap car. With all the details at your fingertips you can choose the offer that suits you. You can specify the time and address for your vehicle to be collected, then sit back and relax.
Make arrangements with the buyer
All of the companies we work with aim to respond within 3 working hours if you choose their quote. This call allows you to finalise any delivery or collection arrangements and for the car buying service to verify your ownership of the scrap car they’re buying.
Types of cars scrapped
We help you scrap all kinds of cars that are too expensive to repair or too damaged to sell to a new owner. Scrapping your car with Jamjar, the car buying comparison site, is the easiest way to turn an unusable car into cash.
We help you scrap anything and everything that can’t be sold, including:
- Insurance write-offs
- Damaged cars
- Flood-damaged cars
- Unroadworthy cars
- MOT failures
- Junk and salvage cars
- Cars with engine or gearbox problems
- Fleet cars
- Foreign cars (not UK-registered)
- Part-exchange cars
DVLA certificate of destruction
The car buyers you compare with Jamjar will issue you a Certificate of Destruction from the Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) that they use to scrap your vehicle. This tells the DVLA that your car no longer needs to be taxed, as required by law. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with the team at Jamjar and we’ll advise you. Alternatively, read our FAQs for more information.
No hidden information
A great offer for your car might not be so great once you’ve taken off all those hidden cost for admin fees, bank fees and collection fees. When you compare instant quotes with Jamjar, we’ll display all that information so that you can see the full offer in one go and know exactly how much you’ll get for your scrap car. If you don’t like the look of a deal, no problem – just choose a different one.
The scrapping of a car can be a very unfamiliar process for many drivers. What do you need to do in preparation for it and what do you need to do after your car has been scrapped? These are all questions Jamjar has answered in our car scrapping guidance below. Click an article to get you started or contact us if you need any further information.
Look no further if you’re trying to work out how to scrap your car. Jamjar’s car scrapping guidance gives you all the information you need if you’ve decided that it’s time to part with your old motor. On this page, we discuss the legal requirements and other practicalities of scrapping. Read on to find out more.
Should you scrap your car? Ultimately, it’s a question that only you can answer, but there are a few different factors that you can bear in mind if you’re trying to make a decision. To help you make your mind up, Jamjar has created a guide to the main factors you should consider: cost, time and the state of the car.
If your car is coming to the end of the road it may not be practical or safe to keep persisting with it. Scrapping your car may be the most sensible and economical option and it needn’t be complicated. Here you’ll find a wide range of articles on all the different things you might need to consider before scrapping.