A straightforward process that keeps you protected
If you’re planning to sell your old Peugeot car for scrap, you may have seen local buyers offering to pay cash for your vehicle. As well as being illegal, Peugeots bought for scrap in this way are unlikely to be processed according to strict DVLA rules – and may leave you still responsible for outstanding tax, road traffic offences, or accidents.
At Car.co.uk, recycling Peugeots is something we take seriously – and each of our dedicated Peugeot scrap dealers follows the law relating to scrap vehicles. As a result, you’re completely protected. In fact, we’ll even make sure you’re helped to complete your paperwork – so you can be confident that when the car leaves you, your legal responsibility for the vehicle is completely wrapped up.
As a result, we’re certain there’s no better or safer way to scrap your car. We’ll compare prices from our full network of scrap Peugeot recycling centres and buyers to make sure you get the best one; we’ll arrange a free collection, and we’ll even help to make sure your DVLA paperwork is all tied up.
Helping community projects through Peugeot recycling
Although still a popular choice for UK buyers, numbers of Peugeots on our roads have fallen steadily over the last decade. Now, there are 1.8 million Peugeots on the road – with another 200,000 registered as SORN.
If you’ve got a Peugeot that’s currently off the road, now might be the time to free up some space and sell it to a dismantler. Alternatively, if you’ve got a Peugeot that’s been involved in an accident or failed its MOT, it’s worth considering if it’s going to be worth carrying out the repairs needed.
If it’s time to wave your Peugeot off to a recycling centre, doing it with Car.co.uk doesn’t just mean you’ll get the very best price – it also means you’ll be helping us support a range of charity projects and local good causes. Our social value program means a portion of the income your car will help us to generate will be spent providing financial support for a range of charitable organisations working with vulnerable people around the UK.