We Buy Junk Cars The Legal Way
A junk car can be a nuisance, and it can even be a very expensive nuisance if you don’t do anything about it. Fortunately, we can help you out because we buy junk cars, and it’s not as difficult as you may think to get rid of your problem.
We Buy Junk Cars at Your Location
For some buyers of junk cars, you will have to find a way to transport your vehicle to their premises in order to finalize the sale. This can be problematic for a number of reasons, especially if your car is no longer fit to drive safely. It may not even be able to run at all. You may have to pay exorbitant towing fees in order to transport your vehicle to their premises, which will severely cut back on any money you may make on the transaction. You may believe that getting rid of the headache the junk car represents makes it worth the additional expense, but for some junk car buyers like us, such costs will be unnecessary.
Once we agree to purchase your car, we will come to you instead of the other way around. We will tow away your car free of charge, and we will also pay the agreed upon amount of cash on the spot. If for any reason the pickup happens when no one is at home, then we will pay with a business check. We can even pickup your vehicle at any location other than your address, as long as you your self will be there during the pickup and the person at the location is agreeable to the transaction.
We Buy Junk Cars in Whatever Condition
A car that is being sold can be in any condition. A used car, for example, may require a significant amount of repair before it can be considered road-worthy. A junk car, on the other hand, may be so dilapidated that it doesn’t run at all. Despite this, we will still be willing to buy it.
It doesn’t even matter if your title to the car has a lien on it; we can still purchase the car, and then you can use the money you will receive towards payment of the loan you will still owe. You don’t even have to have the title at all.
We Buy Junk Cars to Relieve You of All Liability
Selling your car to just anyone—handing your title to them in the process—represents quite a bit of risk for you, especially if you don’t really know the person who is buying it. It can then be resold without the title transferred from your name as the current owner. When it breaks down and is abandoned in public, a quick search for the owner will turn up your name, and it will be you who will be held accountable for the towing and storage fees once the car is impounded. Your car may also be involved in an accident or a crime, and you may be held liable.
Even a company, which is willing to buy your car, can be dangerous, especially if they don’t have a dealer’s license and if they are not duly registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles. When a business buys your junk car, make sure that they can provide you with a valid seven-digit Department of Motor Vehicles Facility Number.