Scrap My Car Henley On Thames Oxfordshire - your local car breakers

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Selling your car for scrap? Your local car scrappers is ScrapMyCar. Fast friendly professional car scrap service. No hidden charges. We collect and recycle. Get paid quickly. ScrapMyCar.co.uk has long term vehicle recycling experience handling 100's of vehicles each month. We are a real vehicle recycler, not just another quote website.

We recently paid £92.00 in Henley-on-Thames Oxfordshire
for this RENAULT CLIO GRANDE

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We also recently quoted, paid and collected the following Henley On Thames Oxfordshire locally

  • BLACK 2002 FORD KA 1.3 in Sonning Common Oxfordshire
  • GREEN 2004 FORD FIESTA GHIA 16V in Checkendon Oxfordshire
  • GREY 2008 MAZDA 3 TAKARA in Eye and Dunsden Oxfordshire

How it works with ScrapMyCar:

  • 1. Enter your vehicle registration and your postcode
  • 2. We offer you a guaranteed price for your vehicle
  • 3. You accept and fill in your address details
  • 4. We ring you to arrange the vehicle collection

We have long term vehicle recycling experience handling 100s of vehicles successfully each month. We are a real vehicle recycler not another quote website.

We value our reputation for honesty and fairness and provide guaranteed prices with a prompt payment and no extra charges.



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  • NICOLE FROM TEDDINGTON

    The driver, was very efficient and professional. The following day you paid the agreed amount into my account, so thank you.

  • TOM FROM NEWBURY

    I had a car scrapped by these guys. Got a quote on Saturday, arranged to collect on Wednesday and paid the agreed amount on Thursday. Quick and efficient service with polite recovery driver and office staff. Will be using again 100%

  • CHRISTOPHER FROM GODALMING

    Great service from start to finish and very friendly staff. The website is clear and informative, the quote process quick and simple. I logged an enquiry on a Saturday, was called first thing Monday morning and had the car picked up that afternoon. Payment was in my account the next day! This is an umbrella service for a number of authorised (ATF) scrapyards and it was Car and Metal Recycler in Aldershot which collected my car. They were superb too.

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  • DVLA Approved

    DVLA Approved

    We are a local DVLA approved vehicle recycler with 25 years' experience of dealing with car scrap
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  • Authorised Treatment Facility

    Authorised Treatment Facility

    WE are an Environment Agency approved vehicle recycler ensures waste products from car scrap are disposed of professionally and legally
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  • Certificate of destruction

    Certificate of destruction

    Provides legal proof that your vehicle has been scrapped and relieves you of legal responsibility as the vehicle's final owner
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About Henley On Thames Oxfordshire

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, 9 miles (14 km) northeast of Reading, 7 miles (11 km) west of Maidenhead and 23 miles (37 km) southeast of Oxford, near the tripoint of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. The population at the 2011 Census was 11,619.
The average journey time between Henley-on-Thames and London Paddington is 1 hour 9 minutes . On an average weekday, there are 47 trains travelling from Henley-on-Thames to London Paddington.
The first record of Henley is from 1179, when it is recorded that King Henry II had bought land for the making of buildings. King John granted the manor of Benson and the town and manor of Henley to Robert Harcourt in 1199. A church at Henley is first mentioned in 1204.
During the Black Death pandemic that swept through England in the 14th century, Henley lost 60% of its population.
Henley is a world-renowned centre for rowing. Each summer the Henley Royal Regatta is held on Henley Reach, a naturally straight stretch of the river just north of the town. It was extended artificially. The event became Royal in 1851, when Prince Albert became patron of the regatta.