Scrap my van

Are you thinking of scrapping your van? Instead, why not get a free valuation in less than 60 seconds by entering your registration below. If you’re happy with your valuation you can sell your ‘scrap’ van in less than an hour at one of our 400+ branches across the UK.

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How can I sell my ‘scrap’ van?

  • Enter your reg

     

    Simply enter the registration plate of your van to get your valuation in less than 60 seconds.
  • Enter a few additional details

     

    To ensure we provide an accurate valuation, we will need to know the vans mileage, number of previous owners, level of service history and a few additional details for your appointment.
  • Book an appointment

     

    With over 400 branches across the UK and an average journey time of less than 15 minutes, you can book an appointment at your local branch and sell your van in less than an hour.

Why should you choose webuyanyvan.com?

  • 400 branches nationwide

     

    We have over 400 branches across the UK with an average driving time of less than 15 minutes. This allows you to sell your ‘scrap’ van quickly and without the hassle regardless of where you’re located.
  • Value your van in less than 60 seconds

     

    It has never been easier to find out how much your van is worth. Simply enter your registration, add a few additional details and get a valuation in less than 60 seconds. Your valuation is guaranteed for 4 days which protects you from market fluctuations.
  • Get the money in your bank the same day

     

    By choosing our Premier Payment option (fees apply), you can get paid the same day. Alternatively, you can choose our free option which can take up-to 4 days.
  • Sell your van in under an hour

     

    From the moment you receive your initial valuation, through to agreeing to sell your van at your local branch can take less than an hour.
  • Avoid the hassle of visiting a scrap yard

     

    Instead of going through the trouble of finding a reputable local scrap yard and visiting to get a price for your van, you can know the value of your van before you arrive at the branch and take the hassle out of offloading your ‘scrap’ van.

Frequently asked questions

It’s a good idea to get all of your documentation together before visiting your local branch. To buy your van we will need:

  • V5 Logbook / registration certificate
  • Service history and MOT certificates
  • Your bank details
  • A valid form of ID (passport or driving licence)
  • Proof of address dated within the last 9 months
  • Any required extras, such as locking wheel nut
  • Both sets of keys (if available)
  • Finance settlement letter (if applicable)
  • VAT number (if applicable)

At webuyanyvan.com, we really do buy any van, even those that you think are ready to be scrapped or sent to the salvage yard. If you sell to us, you may be wondering what will happen to it after the transaction is complete. After the money is in your bank, the van will be sent to auction where it could eventually be bought by a scrap metal dealer. However, whilst you may think your van is ready to be scrapped, somebody else may give it a new lease of life with some TLC and get it back on the road.

Deciding that you want to scrap your van may happen for a number of reasons. Some of the common reasons may be that repairs are uneconomical, you’re continuously having problems or you’re ready to upgrade to a newer vehicle. If you’re buying a newer van, having the cash in your bank can put you in a strong position as a buyer.

Yes, we also buy motorhomes and campervans. If you’re looking to sell, you will need to get a manual valuation by sending the following details via email to wbac-valuations@webuyanycar.com:

  • Your registration plate
  • Make, model and specification
  • Transmission
  • Mileage
  • Service history
  • Number of previous owners
  • Any damage
  • Detailed photos of the motorhome or campervan

The scrap value of your van will depend on a number of factors including the seasonality, current demand for scrap metal and the salvageable parts. Scrap dealers will generally pay more for a larger van than a smaller van due to there being more scrap metal. The location of the buyer can also affect the price you receive due to increased overheads if they’re further away from a port.

If you want to simplify the process of selling your ‘scrap’ van, you can get a free valuation by entering your registration at the top of the page.