ScrapMyCar Woking Surrey - your local car breakers

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 £165.00 in Wokingham Berkshire
for this FORD FOCUS ZETEC

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We also recently quoted paid and collected the following Woking Surrey locally

  • RED 2003 RENAULT CLIO DYNAMIQUE 16V in Woking Surrey
  • SILVER 2002 FORD FIESTA FREESTYLE 16V in Wokingham Berkshire
  • BLACK 2003 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 8V in Wokingham Berkshire

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

  • PETER FROM WOKING

    Thanks for the service provided and please thank the collection driver. He was very professional and courteous.

About Woking Surrey

Woking, Surrey, England. It is at the southwestern edge of the Greater London Urban Area and is a part of the London commuter belt, with frequent trains and a journey time of approximately 24 minutes to Waterloo station. Woking is 23 miles (37 km) southwest of Charing Cross in central London.
The average journey time between Woking and London Waterloo is 46 minutes . On an average weekday, there are 256 trains travelling from Woking to London Waterloo.
Woking's earliest written appearance is in the Domesday Book, it is mentioned as the site of a monastery in an 8th-century context, as Wochingas. In the Domesday Book it appears as Wochinges, being held in 1086 by King William the Conqueror, Walter FitzOther, Constable of Windsor Castle, and Ansgot and Godfrey from Osbern FitzOsbern, then bishop of Exeter. Modern Woking was formed in the area to the south of the Basingstoke Canal (opened in 1794) around the railway station, built in 1838 at the junction between the lines to London, the south coast, and the southwest of England, and the private railway to Brookwood Cemetery, which was developed by the London Necropolis Company as an overflow burial ground for London's dead.
The Martinsyde aircraft company operated a major aircraft factory in the town during World War I and used nearby Brooklands Aerodrome for test flying and deliveries, but it was closed in the mid-1920s.
Woking town itself, excluding its narrowly contiguous built-up area which extends from West End to West Byfleet.

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