Car scrappers are improving their ability to make the most of your car’s parts and materials, while the demand for such recycled resources is significantly improving. The upshot is that scrapping your vehicle now will probably put far more in your pocket than you might imagine, and almost certainly a lot more than a comparable vehicle would have earned just a few short years ago.
Of course, there are still a few things to think about when you’re about to scrap your car. For example, have you considered transferring your number plate from this car to the next? It’s not a vital step, but here are just a few reasons why you should think about it.
Nothing New to Remember
Your licence plate number is one of those odd things you never consciously learn to remember. One day, it’ll be a mystery; a few weeks later, you’ll have the plate down pat. It’s nice to know your number so you can find your vehicle more easily in a crowded parking area and answer any questions quickly and easily if you’re ever involved with the police. Why not make things easier on yourself by transferring your old number plate to your new car?
Makes Scrapping Easier
Most drivers understand the practical benefits of scrapping, but they’re often held back by sentimental reasons. This isn’t just any car, after all – it’s their treasured long-term motor. Understandable, which is just one more reason you might think about transferring number plates. You’ll bring a part of your old car to the new one, making the entire process just that little bit more manageable.
You’re probably telling yourself that transferring a number plate from one vehicle to another will be tedious, time-consuming, and difficult. In fact, plenty of drivers don’t even know it’s an option at all. In reality, transferring number plates is a straightforward and painless process. You’ll simply need the correct documentation to make the change with the DVLA.