Scrap My Car Maidenhead Berkshire - 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 £146.00 in Maidenhead Berkshire
for this PEUGEOT 307 SE

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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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Any questions? Call our team on 03301 240 120

  • DEJAN FROM READING

    Thank you for sorting it all out, you guys have been absolutely great, payment received!

  • ROGER FROM DORKING

    I would like to tell you how well the collection went. I was called by the collector an hour before he arrived and he arrived on time. He was friendly and helpful and explained what needed to be done.I would certainly recommend your service to others.

  • MELANIE FROM CHURCH CROOKHAM

    We used your services to scrap my daughter’s very old car earlier in the week – very efficient service!

Other towns in Berkshire we've recycled cars

  • 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 Maidenhead Berkshire

Maidenhead is a large market town in Berkshire, England, on the southwestern bank of the River Thames. It has an estimated population of 70,374. It is the largest town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and the fourth largest town in Berkshire, forming part of the border with southern Buckinghamshire. Travelling by road, the town is situated 28 miles (45 km) west of Charing Cross, London, 13 miles (21 km) east-northeast of the county town of Reading, 31 miles (50 km) southeast of Oxford, 8 miles (13 km) east-southeast of Henley-on-Thames, 8 miles (13 km) south of High Wycombe and 7 miles (11 km) northwest of Windsor. The town differs from the Parliamentary constituency of Maidenhead, which includes a number of outer suburbs and villages (including parts of Wokingham and Reading) such as Twyford, Charvil, Remenham, Ruscombe and Wargrave.
The average journey time between Maidenhead and London Paddington is 34 minutes . On an average weekday, there are 118 trains travelling from Maidenhead to London Paddington.
Maidenhead's name stems from the riverside area where the first New wharf or Maiden Hythe was built, as early as Saxon times. In the year 870, an army of Danes invaded the kingdom of Wessex. They disembarked from their longboats by the wharf and ferry crossing at Maidenhead and fought their way overland to Reading where they set up camp and made it their regional power base.
King Charles I met his children for the last time before his execution in 1649 at the Greyhound Inn on the High Street, the site of which is now a branch of the NatWest Bank. The late 18th-century Bear Hotel on the High Street is the best of the town's old coaching inns surviving to this day.