Junk My Car Memphis
When I went to junk my car I was amazed at the variety of companies and charities I had to choose from. I'm almost 40 and had fond memories of scrounging around the junk yard to keep my first car, a 1971 Mercury Comet, running. I was surprised to find that many of the old-school junk yards had gone the way of the drive-in movie theater. The ones remaining in my area charged for towing and could offer only about $100.
That experience led to the web in an attempt to come into the 21st century. I entered junk my car into Yahoo, and was assaulted by literally hundreds of thousands of potential web sites.
Some were car dealers who urged me not to junk my car, but to bring it in as a trade in on a new car. Others were scrap metal companies that promised fast cash for my junk car, no matter what the condition.
I was surprised that most of the sites I got for the search terms junk my car were actually charities. I'd hear those annoying 1-800 cars for kids ads on the radio for years, but never knew that so many charities wanted me to junk my car with them.
Many offered free car removal, some promised that my junk car would be repaired and given to a needy family, and other promised that my junk car would be used to cure any number of diseases.
Given that I couldn't afford a new car or simply to donate my junk car, I focused on the companies that offered free towing and the best cash offer possible.
I filled out a few web based forms, made a few phone calls, and sent some e-mails. After a few days of back-and-forth with a few potential buyers, I got $300 for a car that I thought I'd have to pay to get towed away.
I highly recommend that you use the web if you're looking to sell a junk car. Take the time to get a few offers, make sure there are no hidden fees, and go with your gut. It sure beat the heck out of leaving my junk car at the end of the driveway with a for sale sign on it.
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