Scrap My Car Croydon – Scrap Vehicle Price Quote
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Scrap My Car Croydon – Vehicle Collection & Scrappage
Welcome to Ace Breakers, your fast, friendly and reliable scrap car collection service covering all of Croydon. We offer an environmentally friendly scrapping service for End of Live Vehicles (ELVs) and we’re also a registered Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) that deals exclusively with scrap cars, vans and larger commercial vehicles.
Why Should I Scrap My Car With Ace?
If you’re thinking, “why should I scrap my car with Ace?”, here’s why.
Established in 1978, we have a dedicated team who are professionally trained and educated on the legal and environmental aspects of ATFs and ELVs. We make sure we offer the best possible service and have a ‘best price’ guarantee for end of life scrap cars, vans and HGVs and we’ll collect any car in Croydon, no matter the condition. We’ll issue you with legal documentation (a Certificate of Destruction) and provide assistance with all of the DVLA paperwork if required. As you’d expect, Ace Car Breakers is Government and DVLA approved.
Can You Pay Me In Cash?
Due to changes in legislation back in 2013, the law doesn’t allow any scrap metal company to pay you directly in cash for your scrap car in Croydon. However, we can provide immediate payment in the form of a cheque or bank transfer instead, allowing you to draw out the cash shortly afterwards. If you find another company that’s offering you cash for your car, you should think twice before using them as all legitimate companies simply won’t do this.
CR0 – Croydon, Addiscombe, Woodside (part), Selhurst, Broad Green, Spring Park, Shirley, Addington, New Addington, Coombe, Forestdale, Waddon, Beddington, Thornton Heath (part)
CR2 – South Croydon, Sanderstead, Selsdon, part of Addington
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Scrap my car Croydon CR0 and CR2
Scrap my car Croydon CR0 and CR2
In business since 1978
We started trading back in 1978 not far from Croydon as a car and van scrapyard. Nowadays, we specialise in scrapping cars and vans but no longer sell car parts. However, we do still sell part-worn tyres and car batteries.
We’re not a scrap car agency and we’re not middlemen, you deal with us directly. As such, we’re able to pay the best price for your scrap car or van in Croydon CR0 and CR2. Why not fill out the form at the top of the page and see for yourself?
Interesting Croydon facts
Croydon Palace was once occupied by the Archbishops of Canterbury who mainly used it as a summer retreat for over 500 years right up until the 19th century. Croydon Palace wasn’t the only place they stayed at – it was one of 10 other locations they used when en-route between Lambeth and Canterbury, meaning that they had to travel no more than a single day before they could rest at the next stop-off point on their journey.
The illustrious building was also graced by famous royal names of the day including Queen Elizabeth I and Henry III. The Grade 1 listed building has stood the test of time well and is still in use today as a private school for girls.
After the Archbishops relocated to Addington Palace, Croydon Palace was sold off and became a bleaching factory; a far cry from its former past. Fortunately, the building was then bought in 1887 by the duke of Newcastle, who promptly handed it over to the ‘Sisters Of The Church’. They turned it into a school just 2 years later in 1889. Today, the school proudly claims that one of its classrooms was the former bedroom of QE1 and you can read more about the history of Croydon Palace here.
Historic Croydon car manufacturers
If you’re a confirmed ‘petrol head’ and none of the above info interests you, did you know that there’s a book you can buy that details the history of car manufacturing in Croydon. It’s basically an A-Z of car companies and it’s our guess that you’ve never heard of most of them. If you’re curious and want to test your knowledge, have a quick look now 🙂