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Facts and Tips in Selling Junk Cars for Cash A smart way to get the maximum value for your junk car is selling it for parts or scrap. Auto salvage shops can purchase junk cars and sell the parts or scraps to repair shops or other car owners. It is best to compare different rates and get the maximum value for your junk car. It is also important that you have a clean title to the vehicle because a trusted and reputable scrap yard or salvage lot cannot buy the vehicle without the proper documentation or proof of ownership. It will not harm you researching about the extent of damage to your vehicle and its real condition so you know how much price you will likely get for it. Expect that when you shop around for prices, you will be asked a lot of questions about the condition or damages of your vehicle. Vehicles that at least still work are worth higher than those that don’t and some salvage lots may charge you to pick up the vehicle from your place. It’s better if you can contact all the junkyards in your locality and nearby cities so you can compare prices and get the best value for your vehicle. Create a list of your vehicle’s damages to make the transaction smoother and to get the quote faster. If you’re already given the price, you can deliver the car yourself or have it towed. Most junkyards quote a higher price for those vehicles that are directly delivered to them as it saves them money, effort and time arranging for pick up themselves. You won’t be able to sell your junk car without any proof that you are the legal owner so don’t forget to bring the title before you go. When selling your junk car stock to the public, there are specific laws you have to follow. It is essential to do research on the lemon laws applicable to your state, making sure that you’re covered. Many of these laws do not provide protection for those buying used vehicles. The mileage tampering laws don’t allow tampering of mileage on any vehicle and this is punishable by law. If your car’s odometer stops working, it should be clearly stated on the title and the buyer should be notified. It is important to identify if you are a private seller or a dealer basing on your state because applicable laws are slightly harsher for dealers than private parties. A seller can avoid state lemon laws by maintaining price range and many states can only give a refund under lemon laws if a car is sold more than $700.Practical and Helpful Tips: Cars

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