An exceptionally high level of service
Our expert team are here to provide you with the superb range of Kia scrap car quotes with just a couple of clicks. We’re confident our prices are the best in the country because of the quality of service and the assurance we receive from our network of trusted partners. Our partners include Kia scrap buyers and also Kia recycling outlets. The quotes you may receive from a dealer who specialises in recycling your Kia are often higher due to the value of the parts they can retrieve from your car. It’s just another part of the excellent service from Car.co.uk.
Don’t worry if your car has been involved in an accident or has been off the road so long it no longer runs. That’s no problem at all for Car.co.uk because we arrange to collect your car whatever its condition. So if you’re wondering, “Who will buy my scrap Kia?” – look no further; Car.co.uk is the only service you need.
When our collection partners arrive to scrap your old Kia, they will help you complete the DVLA paperwork and make sure you receive a prompt payment. Throughout the whole process, Car.co.uk provide the most simple and straightforward scrap Kia valuation, removal, and recycling service.
Recycle your Kia and support local charities
It’s easy to assume that cars being scrapped are simply crushed and dumped in the landfill, but with today’s technology and recycling techniques we’ve proved that scrap cars can actually help us to deliver incredible social value projects.
When you choose Car.co.uk to recycle your Kia, the on-going funds it helps create mean that we can support a selection of charities, good causes, and community projects around the country. A great deal for you can also mean a great deal for some of the UK’s most vulnerable people.
There are over 3 million Kia cars on the road in the UK, and another 62k declared SORN. With around 62 thousand annual registrations it would be no surprise to hear that the amount of Kia scrap cars collected makes a generous contribution to the 384,000 cars that are written off by insurers each year – most being scrapped and recycled. What many of us don’t realise is that around 95% of every vehicle scrapped in the UK is recycled for its components and materials. From fabrics, glass and plastics to various metals, including widely reused and recycled aluminium, the amount of waste that goes to the landfill is much less than it has ever been.