Scrap my car Ipswich

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Scrapping your car in Ipswich?

If your in Ipswich, Perhaps your car is at the end of its life or the car has failed its MOT. Whatever the condition, make and model we will collect it off your hands. We are a Professional Scrap Car Collection company covering Ipswich. We have been scrapping cars across London and Essex Since 1990. Whats there not to trust?

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We scrapped hundred’s of cars from happy customers in ipswich. Making us a brilliant solution to getting rid of your scrap car today. Operating 7 days a week, so when the time comes to get rid of your unwanted vehicle. Fill out our online form or call the free number at the top. Unlike other companies, there are no hidden fees, as long as your car is described correctly then you will get the price you got over the phone. 

Scrap Car Collection Ipswich

ScrapYourCarEssex collection and scrappage service is fully licensed and professional to ensure a smooth process when scrapping your car. We are registered with Environmental Agency, so you can walk away with a peace of mind as we keep the environment in mind when scrapping a car.

Didn’t you know, Over one million cars are scrapped each year in the UK, Six to Seven million used cars are sold each year. We are glad to be apart of the car market and help scrap cars across the country.

How much will I get for my scrap car in ipswich?
There several factors that go into the price you will get : Mot failure,Engine Broken and general condition of the car etc. These could affect the price you get paid by one of our drivers over the phone, but our scrap car ipswich driver will give you the best money for your unwanted car so you will always get a good deal with us.
The 3 Simple Steps to scrapping your car in ipswich


Step 1 : Getting a Quote Its simple just give us a call or a fill out a form and we will get back to within an hour. 

Step 2 : Arranging a collection. One of our local collection partners will come along to pick up your scrap car at a time and date agreed with you.We also do free collection with your scrap car. We’ll make sure that all the legal stuff is dealt with so it is all legal. 

Step 3: Your Car is Recycled If your car’s still in a roadworthy condition. We’ll try and find a buyer for it. If the car’s unsuitable to be reused, we’ll remove any car parts that we can reuse and sell those on. We’ll then recycle the rest of the car in an authorised treatment facility so we can get money for the scrap metal or we scrap the car fully complete.

About Us

We specialises in the collection and disposal of unwanted Old car / vans / campers and salvage. Fully licensed and legal removal of unwanted vehicles or scrap. All paperwork filled in and returned to DVLA. All vehicles collected on a transporter / low loader, so why not Sell your car. For Further Information visit about us page.

History Of Ipswich

Ipswich started in as a small trading settlement in the early 7th century. There are 2 theories about how Ipswich got its name. It may have been Gippa’s wic (wic is an old word meaning port). Or it may have been Gip’s wic (gip meant corner, in this case, the corner of the river Orwell). Whichever is true Ipswich soon became a flourishing town. It was ideally situated to trade with Germany. Whetstones and millstones were imported from Germany into Ipswich. Wool was exported. In Anglo-Saxon Ipswich there were many weavers of wool. There were also potters and many other craftsmen. Ipswich also had a mint. However, because of its position in the East of England Ipswich was vulnerable to attack by the Danes. The Danes occupied Ipswich from 869 until 917 when it was recaptured by the English.


In the 20th century Ipswich’s population grew more slowly. From 66,000 in 1901 it rose to 123,000 in 1971. From 1903 electric trams ran in the streets of Ipswich but the service ended in 1926. Meanwhile during World War I Ipswich suffered 2 zeppelin raids. The first in 1915 caused no casualties but a second in 1916 killed 1 man. During the 1920s and 1930s slum clearance began in Ipswich and the first council houses were built. Orwell Bridge was built in 1982. During the 20th century the traditional industries in Ipswich such as making farm machinery, shipbuilding and brewing declined but new service industries came to replace them. Among these was tourism. The Transport Museum was founded in 1965. Today Ipswich is a regional shopping centre. Tower Ramparts Shopping Centre opened in 1986. The Buttermarket Shopping Centre opened in 1992. Orwell Country Park opened in 1995. However in the late 20th century the population of Ipswich declined. Today the population of Ipswich is 133,000.


Why Choose Us?

Cash Paid On Collection

No Hidden Fees

30 Years Of Experience

Best Prices Paid

Any Age, Any Condition , We will Collect.

Hassle Free Service