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If you live in Romford RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4, RM5, RM6 and RM7 and need cash for your scrap car, deal directly with Ace for the best price. If you think your vehicle is worth more or just have a question, contact us now.

Scrap my car Romford – Romford scrap vehicle collection

Welcome to Ace Breakers, your fast, friendly and reliable scrap car collection service covering Romford. 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 Romford, 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 Romford. 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.

We cover:

RM1 Romford, Rise Park (Havering)
RM2 Gidea Park, Heath Park (Havering)
RM3 Harold Wood, Harold Hill, Noak Hill, Harold Park (Havering)
RM4 Havering-atte-Bower, Abridge, Stapleford Abbotts, Noak Hill, Navestock, Stapleford Tawney, Stapleford Aerodrome, Passingford Bridge (Havering, Epping Forest, Brentwood)
RM5 Collier Row (Havering, Redbridge)
RM6 Chadwell Heath, Marks Gate, Little Heath, Goodmayes (north), Hainault (South) (Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Havering)
RM7 Rush Green, Mawneys, Romford (Havering)

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Scrap my car Romford RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4, RM5, RM6 and RM7

Scrap my car Romford RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4, RM5, RM6 and RM7

Scrap my car Romford RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4, RM5, RM6 and RM7

In business since 1978

We started trading back in 1978 just across the river Thames not far from Romford 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 Romford RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4, RM5, RM6 and RM7 Essex. Why not fill out the form at the top of the page and see for yourself?

Fascinating Romford facts

Romford first appears in historic records back in 1177 AD. At this time, the area was known as ‘Romfort’, which meant ‘the wide or spacious ford’.

Romford began growing in popularity from the Middle Ages mainly because of the creation of Romford Market in 1247. Back then, the centre of Romford was further south than it is today and was located where Oldchurch is now. The reason it moved north was that it kept being flooded by the River Rom so the fed-up residents decided to up-sticks and moved away.

The first building that popped up in the ‘new’ Romford was where the Parish Church of St Edward the Confessor stands today in the heart of the town. Romford was predominantly an area dominated by agriculture and was a well-known hub for corn grinding at its numerous mills. From the 1500s to 1800s, Romford was also an important manufacturer of leather and was also known for its brewing, weaving and metal-working industries.

How Romford looked in 1851 – Image: Public Domain, Link

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