Compare how much you’d get to scrap your car
Give us the minor details
We only ask that you offer the smallest details so that we’re able to give you accurate quotes to compare. We need the reg number to find the right car, the mileage, and your postcode so that we can keep things local!
Scrap your car with no personal info
Jamjar won’t ask for any personal information, we’ll give you the best car scrapping quotes so that you can compare them first and get in touch later! We won’t need your email, phone number or your name to give your the quotes.
Make the decision
After we’ve gathered the quotes for you all you need to so is compare the scrap prices in the list. You can choose the best one and run with it. Get in touch through our scrap car comparison service and you’ll get the best possible price.
Set the date
Once you’ve compared all of the scrap car quotes you’ll be able to contact the right buyer and set a date for them to purchase your old car. Whether it’s a collection or you take it to their facility, you can trust that you’re getting the best price possible.
Scrap my car comparison site
Scrapping your car online has never been easier. We do all of the leg work and liaise with a network of trusted buyers to make sure that you’re getting the best quote out there. Enter a few details and get started right away!
Why Should I Scrap My Car?
Deciding whether to fix your car or scrap it can be a really difficult decision. This is especially the case if you’ve had your car for a long time and it has sentimental value. The reality is your car needs to be roadworthy in order for it to be driven legally in the UK. If your car is going to cost far more to repair than it’s worth, then it’s time to consider scrapping it.
Scrap Your Car With Jamjar
When it comes to scrapping your car, we know you want the best price. Use our free valuation tool to compare scrap prices for your car. We don’t require any personal details to deliver your scrap valuation, which will be provided by our network of scrap and ATP dealers. We accept cars in a range of conditions, including cars which have failed their MOT, are unroadworthy or are flood-damaged.
What Happens Next?
Once you’ve chosen a buyer, the next step is being issued with a Certificate of Destruction from the Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF). This informs the DVLA that your car no longer needs to be taxed, which is information that’s required by law.
You can then begin the process of scrapping your car, which will be arranged between yourself and your buyer.
“Offered more money than the other .com company, won’t mention the name, very professional service and collected a car that wouldn’t start only niggle was had to wait 2 weeks as a driver went sick but no great problem otherwise perfect would recommend and would deal with again.”D Kennedy