We provide the top prices in Toyota scrappage
Our wide-ranging network of Toyota scrap car yards and dealers also includes a number of specialist recyclers and automotive breakers. It's these agents who may offer you better rates for your car because the value of the parts they reclaim are worth more on the used-parts market than the base weight of the materials sold for scrap.
We appreciate that although the quotes you receive when scrapping your Toyota for money are important, a simple and straightforward disposal that takes the stress out of the process is also of real value to our customers. That's why we collect every one of your accident damaged or MOT failures from wherever they are.
Finally, our collection partners will help guide you through the paperwork required by the DVLA and supply full payment, exactly as quoted, when they collect your vehicle. We believe it's the best service you'll find when you choose to scrap your old Toyota.
Toyota scrapping that supports local charities
When you choose Car.co.uk to sell your scrap Toyota, there's one more reason to feel good. We use some of the funds we raise, to support charities that help rehabilitate the homeless and other disadvantaged members of our society into work and housing. Without you and our network of local scrap Toyota buyers, we couldn't provide our help with this invaluable work.
Toyota has around 6.8 million cars on the road today including 112k additional new registrations each year. Responsible for producing so many cars, it's great to know that Toyota is a positive supporter of recycling initiatives. They have designed a manufacturing system to â€˜Close the loop' by using recycled and recyclable materials throughout production. Their French plant was one of the first to send zero waste to landfill as far back as 2002 - an excellent achievement that should set standards for manufacturers worldwide to follow.
When you choose Car.co.uk for your scrap Toyota disposal, you can be assured that at least 95% of the materials from your vehicle will be reclaimed and recycled. Any parts or components that aren't suitable for recycling will be disposed of responsibly, and according to government guidelines.