Scrap Car Collections Marlborough SN8

Good Prices for Unwanted Cars in Marlborough

When your faithful old vehicle in Marlborough gives up the ghost, just won’t make it through its next MOT no matter how much you invest in it, or has been off road and rusting for many years, why not give us a call.

Williams Metal Recycling offers competitive fair prices for your end of life car in Marlborough, north east Wiltshire, and we collect it for free for recycling.

We collect scrap cars in Marlborough across the SN8 postcode, and we pick up defunct vehicles from villages in the area like Manton, Mildenhall, Ogbourne Maizey, Fyfield and West Overton.

We’ll collect your Marlborough scrap vehicle no matter what condition it is in. You can call us for a quote on 01672 562 234 to see how much your vehicle is worth, or fill in the form on our website and we’ll get back to you.

Old Cars Scrapped in Marlborough

Williams Metals Recycling are a fully licensed waste carrier registered with the Environment Agency, and a DVLA Authorised Treatment Facility for the recovery of end of life vehicles in Marlborough.

Your scrap vehicle will be collected and processed at our treatment facility in nearby Pewsey.

When you scrap a vehicle in Marlborough we do all the DVLA paperwork for you to deregister the car, truck or van, and pay you for the vehicle with a cheque (it is illegal to pay cash for scrap metal in the UK).

We collect any type of vehicle for scrap in Marlborough, from regular cars to tractors, forklifts, commercial vehicles and agricultural machinery. The entire removal process takes only around 15 minutes and is hassle-free.

Marlborough Scrap Vehicle Collection

We are a family-run scrap metal business serving Marlborough and the surrounding area for more than 35 years, putting money in your pocket in return for unwanted vehicles.

When you contact us to collect a scrap vehicle in Marlborough there are a few things we’ll need to know up front, to smooth the way and help us deal with the paperwork. For instance:

  • Does the car start and/or run?
  • Are all the wheels attached?
  • Are the tyres flat?
  • Can the vehicle be easily accessed?
  • Has the vehicle been in in accident?
  • Do you have the vehicle’s DVLA V5 Log Book?
  • Do you have the vehicle’s keys?
  • Has the vehicle been involved in a police investigation/incident?

None of these things are likely to preclude us being able to collect and scrap the car, but are useful and required information.