Most cars have an average lifespan of five to ten years, so it’s hardly surprising that we produce large volumes of car waste each year. A recent study found that one million cars are scrapped in the UK each year – which doesn’t include all the fuel waste. The problem with car disposal is that you can’t simply leave your old motor for the council to collect. Learn all about vehicle disposal and recycling to get rid of your old set of wheels in the best possible way.

Our highly skilled technicians are on the job.

All our rapid response disposal and recycle technicians have undergone extensive training to ensure they’re well skilled and highly experienced in dealing with the most complicated of incidents keeping all parties and assets safe during recovery.

Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered.

Our Vehicle disposal service offers a more personalised experience by giving our larger customers dedicated resources and service features aimed at reducing costs and increasing efficiency; all via a single point of contact.

Keep your car running spic and span.

Servicing your car ensures its running at optimum condition. This helps for a better drive, performance and reduces the chance of a breakdown. We recommend servicing your vehicle at least once a year.

Anytime, anywhere

We will repair your vehicle at the roadside.

We fix 4/5 on the spot

Our goal is to get you up and running.

No callout charges

Unlimited callouts as long as it’s not a recurring problem.

Free vehicle health checks

We offer free health checks for all your vehicles.

We cover you from the moment you take out cover.

Inayahs membership plans include Roadside Repair – which ensures you’re never left broken down and stranded ever again. We cover you from the moment you take out breakdown cover with us. That includes recovery for you and your vehicle.

What type of waste are cars?

Cars are a form of automotive waste – which is made up of many different waste types. When old cars are disposed, they’re usually broken down into separate parts that fall under different waste categories:

Metal waste – the body or frame of a car is often made of carbon steel, which is a type of metal that’s easily recyclable.

Battery waste – dead or old car batteries must be removed and disposed of separately as battery waste.

Waste oil – car fuel classes as a form of waste oil (whether it has a petrol or diesel engine), which must be handled carefully due to the hazardous nature of the product.


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