As one of the biggest towns in Wales, we get a number of inquiries from the Merthyr Tydfil area for scrap car collection and this indeed is an area of Wales we are proud to serve. General wear and tear as you drive through the countryside and local villages, inevitably happens and situations where cars become incapacitated occur and that is where we come in. We are able to offer you the following services in the Merthyr Tydfil local area. We:
- Can take your car off the road and organise its scrappage if your vehicle is written off.
- Help with the safe and legal disposal of cars that have failed their MOT, have been involved in an accident and need scrapping,
- We pay you for your scrap vehicle.
Scrap Car Removal
In addition to Merthyr Tydfil, we also cover nearby areas such as Pen-y-Darren and Twynyrodyn. Furthermore, we are able to guide you on the documentation needed for scrapping your car legally including by providing a certificate of destruction, that you can then send to the DVLA.
We adhere to the government standards and meet all ethical considerations in terms of scrapping vehicles, including the safe disposal of dangerous liquids that come from your car, the disposal of all car parts and we offer this with a set of friendly and efficient staff.
If you have broken down in Gurnos or Merthyr Tydfil we can normally help you the same or the following day. Please call us if you have need to scrap you car!
Merthyr Tydfil Information
One of the highlights of this area without doubt is the park and museum and I highly recommend visit this attraction if you are new to the area. The castle that is set in these grounds was built in 1824 and was home to the iron producer William Crawshay II and his family.
Merthyr Vale Colliery
If you have any interest in history and heritage, take a drive to the Merthyr Vale Colliery and learn about life during the mining era by taking a step back into the past!.
The Celtic Trail
This trial that runs through Merthyr Tydfil is much less well known that the Taff Trail that runs all the way from the Brecons to Cardiff Bay. The Celtic trail takes is some stunning rural views and is in fact over 350 miles long and takes in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and slices right across Wales.