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Scrap my car Purfleet – Purfleet scrap vehicle collection
Welcome to Ace Breakers, your fast, friendly and reliable scrap car collection service covering Purfleet RM19. 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 and vans.
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 and vans and we’ll collect any car in Purfleet, 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 for my scrap car?
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 Purfleet. However, we can provide immediate payment in the form of a cheque or bank transfer instead, allowing you to draw out the cash shortly afterward. 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.
RM19 – Purfleet
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Scrap my car Purfleet RM19
Scrap my car Purfleet RM19
In business since 1978
We started trading back in 1978 just across the river Thames not far from Purfleet as a car and van scrapyard. Nowadays, we specialise in scrapping cars and vans and also sell car parts, as well as 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 Purfleet RM19 Essex. Why not fill out the form at the top of the page and see for yourself?
Fascinating Purfleet facts
The almost feline name ‘Purfleet’ doesn’t have anything to do with cats. The name is said to have first appeared in 1285 and was actually recorded as ‘Purteflyete’. By 1312 the name had morphed into ‘Pourteflet’ which means ‘Purta’s stream or tidal inlet’.
Moving forward to the 18th century, Purfleet became the home of the Purfleet Royal Gunpowder Magazine. As the name suggests, this was for the storage of huge amounts of gunpowder. Of course, this was a valuable commodity and therefore needed to be protected from sabotage and theft. As such, a garrison was established to protect it. Being highly explosive, there was also a real danger from lightning strikes, which could be devastating if the gunpowder ignited.
The well-known American President and inventor Ben Franklin was actually asked for advice on this matter as he (as all Americans will know) was famous for his experiments in this field. His design for a pointed conductor was subsequently approved by the Royal Society. After the American Revolution was over, the Purfleet gunpowder building was hit but it was actually the metal drainpipes that ended up protecting it. King George III wasn’t impressed by this and as a result, the president of the Royal Society was forced to resign.