At Neptune Car Spares we have been recycling and scrapping our customers’ unwanted cars for over 37 years, making us experts in what we do.
Registered with the Environment Agency and Licensed with Wirral Borough Council.
We are a DVLA Authorized Treatment Facility (ATF).
Our experience in scrapping cars allows us to supply our customers with all the car parts that they require. Scrap cars wanted
Worn out vehicles Car value dropping Unable to sell car
Unused cars, Insurance write-offs, MOT failures & Crash damaged.
We buy any vehicles all ages, and can come and collect within the hour.
A requirement of End of Life Vehicles (ELVs) regulations is that the last holder of any vehicle depolluted/dismantled is issued with a Certificate of Destruction.
A certificate of Destruction can only be issued by an Authorized Treatment Facility (ATF).
We are a fully licenced (ATF).
The ATF will give you a Certificate of Destruction (CoD) within 7 days if they agree to scrap your vehicle.
If you want to scrap any other type of vehicle you can still take it to an ATF, but you won’t get a CoD.
A CoD is proof that you’ve handed over the vehicle for scrap.
You could still be liable for traffic offence penalties or vehicle tax if you don’t have a CoD when your vehicle’s scrapped. # scrap car
Tell the DVLA
The ATF will tell DVLA your vehicle has been scrapped.
We can normally collect without the V5C, if the 'V5C missing' We can just need extra ID It is important that the registered keeper notifies DVLA in writing that the vehicle has been scrapped/sold using the details from the driver on the day of collection. If you need more details please feel free to contact us by phone or email.
The person present at the time of collection will have to provide Photo I.D and some form of address proof,recent Utility Bill/Bank statement, etc. The law about cash for cars.
Due to the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013, we now need to obtain a copy of your Photo I.D and a recent Utility Bill (no more than 3 months old). We understand that this may be inconvenient and it was never required before, but that is now the law. We don’t create the rules; we just have to make sure we adhere to them.
The Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 replaced all previous legislation, but the big change was car breakers as well as scrap metal dealers weren't able to buy any scrap metal for cash, including vehicles. Companies also now have to take copies of the persons Photo ID and a recent utility bill. We buy any car.