Over 270 million vehicles are registered in the United States. These vehicles have a limited lifespan, after which they are unsafe to drive around. 95% of vehicles that outlive this lifespan are useful for recycling. Almost 80% of a vehicle can now be recycled and reused due to improved techniques and technology.
Who doesn’t like to have a gleaming, brand new car, standing proudly in their driveway? For a true car enthusiast, nothing comes above the experiencing of sitting behind the wheel in their new car. […]
Your car may have served you through hail or storm but it’s time to let it go. Over the years, it may have endured damage of varying severities. While a scratch on the windshield or a dent in the hood doesn’t seems repairable, together with a series of other damages it’s a lot to mend.
Motor vehicles are the #1 recycled product throughout the US. Cars are recycled when they reach the end of their useful life—but also if they’ve been in an accident and aren’t fit for use anymore.
Your worst nightmare has come true—your car engine is giving up on you. And thus begins the dreadful process of dealing with a failed engine.
When your vehicle is nearing the end of its life, you’re faced with the decision to sell it as a whole or just for parts. This decision is often more complex than it first seems. Car owners mostly think that this decision affects how much money they’ll receive from the sale. […]
The automobile sector is growing at an exponential rate. In fact, the United States is considered one of the largest automobile markets in the world. With the purchasing power and demand for vehicles here, it’s but natural we have a higher turnover in terms of junk cars. […]
The demand for vehicle parts has always been on the rise. In fact, the demand for aftermarket parts of this industry is expected to touch $1 trillion by 2022! Aftermarket parts come in handy for vehicles that require repairs. These parts are also used to form other car parts. Even luxury cars being produced today come from recycled metals and [...]