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When you look to scrap or sell your van in Liverpool you want to make sure you are going to a company who can be trusted to give you the best possible price and service. All our team are friendly individuals who are welcoming, and happy to help in every instance.
Scrapping a van may seem like a daunting process but it’s actually very simple and straight forward. Whether your van has failed it’s MOT, has been damaged in a crash, or is simply no longer financially viable to keep going, We make the experience of selling your van quicker, easier and stress-free.
Scrap my van Liverpool is an authorised treatment facility (ATF) providing van and light commercial recycling services for the depollution of end of life vehicles (ELVs).
The best price possible for your end of life vehicle.
A fast friendly reliable collection service in Liverpool.
A legal Certificate of Destruction.
UK approved authorised treatment facility (ATF Centre)
Licensed Motor Dealers
All the the official paperwork completed for DVLA.
Liverpool's Leading Van and Light Commercial Buyer.
Liverpool is the perhaps the biggest city in the UK. Its home to two of the greatest football teams in the Premier League, great local people, and of course the Beatles.
There are many industries for which the region is famed but after the passing of shipbuilding, making cars is how Merseyside makes it happen.
The Jaguar Plant at Speake, Liverpool is where they make new Range Rover.
British Leyland closed its doors at the Speke Plant in 1981 after many years of manufacturing vehicles. It took over Triumph which, from 1959, had relocated to the city to build the Triumph Herald, Vitesse 1300 and others through the 1960s.
In 1960, the Ford Motor Company sought the site for car production in Liverpool. The site at Halewood was put forward as an option by the Government.
By 1963 the plant was completed and production began with the Ford Anglia, the very first car off the production line.
Halewood’s Ford factory brought prosperity to the area and in 1967, the era of the Ford Escort dawned and the Capri was assembled at the site from 1969, until production moved to Germany in the 1970s.
Vauxhall Motors developed its small car production centre in Ellesmere Port in 1964, and has been responsible for a succession of models including, first, the Vauxhall Viva, the Chevette, the Astra and others.
Today it employs more than 3,000 people and still producing the Vauxhall Astra and carrying on the heritage of the motor-making industry on Merseyside.
Liverpool offers a huge choice of museums and art galleries. The Albert Dock is one of the Liverpool's biggest attraction's and is home to the Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool. The Pier Head, best known for its Edwardian buildings the Museum of Liverpool.
The Walker Art Gallery is another must see. The ‘National Gallery of the North’ boasts a wide variety of works ranging from Rembrandt to Hockney. It’s situated on William Brown Street in the city centre, home to many other public buildings including St George’s Hall, the World Museum, and Liverpool Central Library.