Old and abandoned, useless or broken cars are are huge problem in New Zealand and especially in the Auckland region. Thousands of cars that are of no value are laying around in peoples back yards, driveways and garages or worse yet they are left on the side of the road for someone else to sort out.
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These abandoned or end of life vehicles not only take up space on your property they don’t look very nice either. However the biggest issue with these vehicles is that they are a health and environmental hazard to everyone, especially the family members that live on the property where the old car is located.
These old vehicles usually still contain oil, anti freeze, air conditioning gas and other toxic chemicals that may leak into the ground or air around the vehicle, this is not good for you or the environment as these vehicles can become a great nesting area for rats & other rodents in the area…
The other problem with abandoned vehicles is that they slowly rust, these rust areas are dangerous, imagine your children playing around a rusty vehicle, if they were to scratch themselves on the rust they could catch all sorts of nasty things including tetanus!
But don’t worry as now there is a simple answer to getting rid of that old heap of junk, the Broken Car Collection Company offers free removal of these vehicles within Auckland.
The Broken Car Collection Company will also pay you good money for some car models!
So what does the Broken Car Collection Company do with the abandoned vehicles they collect?
Well they remove all the dangerous fluids such as oil, antifreeze and air conditioning gases as well as any petrol or diesel fuel that remains, they do all of this using a process that is safe and environmentally friendly, after that the engine and transmission is removed and then the body is crushed in their own on site car crusher and sent to the scrap recycling facility in Auckland…problem gone!
If you would like your old unwanted vehicle picked up then click here for details
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