If you’ve got a damaged vehicle, a car that won’t turn on or has failed its MOT, you might think your options of getting rid of it are slim. BMS Salvage can take any vehicle, in any condition and we’ll collect it at no extra cost. All of our buyers have a wealth of knowledge in the industry, so you can expect a smooth and seamless process from start to finish. Plus, our friendly team will always be at the other end of the phone if you need some assistance. You’ll find no hidden costs along the way, just a straightforward, professional service.
Salvage my car in Gloucester
Sometimes the best deals aren’t always on your doorstep, that’s why BMS Salvage works with a vast network of scrap and salvage buyers up and down the UK to give our customers the very best price for their vehicles. All of our staff and our team of buyers are extremely knowledgeable, so you can expect a smooth and professional service. Whether you’re in Barnwood, Maisemore, Elmore or Churchdown, we’ve got you covered with our free collection service.
MOT failures wanted in Gloucester
An MOT (Ministry of Transport) test is an annual check of the general safety and road worthiness of a vehicle. According to the DVSA, almost 37% of vehicles fail their MOT tests every year. Reasons a vehicle may fail its MOT could be that you have a warning light active on your dashboard, your mirrors may not be held up securely or your windscreen wipers are faulty. It’s never ideal when your vehicle fails its MOT, but you do have options if your vehicle is not worth the repairs. BMS Salvage can offer you a competitive price for your vehicle, and guarantee the quote. Plus, we’ll come and collect it on a day and time that is convenient for you. Find out how much your car could be worth in just 60 seconds, it’s quick and 100% free.
I’ve accepted a quote, what happens now?
A friendly member of our team will get in touch with you to discuss your quote and ensure all of the details you have provided on your vehicle are correct. They will also make sure that they have everything they need before they pass your details onto the collection team. The collecting agent will then get in contact with you to arrange the best date and time to collect your vehicle.
Do I need to declare my vehicle off the road (SORN)
It is a legal requirement that all vehicles on the road must be insured and taxed. However, if you have a vehicle which you never use, you could take it off the road and file for a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) – If it has been taken off the road, we can still collect it free of charge.
My car is an import; can you still take it?
We can scrap vehicles which are not registered in the UK. However, we cannot buy them for salvage. If you wish to sell a foreign registered vehicle you must notify the governing body in the country the vehicle is registered to. You will be required to send off any relevant documentation that they require. If you contact the governing body in the country it is registered to, they should be able to tell you exactly what is required as this can vary. If a vehicle has been imported, and is now registered in the UK, then we can buy it as normal.
I have taken parts off my vehicle, what happens now?
If you have removed parts of your vehicle, the price you’re quoted could be affected as your car may only be suitable for scrap rather than salvage. To find out the salvage value of your vehicle simply use our free salvage calculator and we will search through our network to find a suitable buyer and a price for you.
Where can I find out more about the salvage process?
To find out more about BMS Salvage and our process, you can read our helpful salvage guide with all the information you need to know to get you started.
Other locations near me
BMS Salvage operates up and down the UK and we can collect from pretty much anywhere. Here are some of our larger collection areas. Our network service a large number of customers in the following locations:
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