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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

 

1. What if I do not have my keys?

If your vehicle is being scrapped, then no keys is no problem.

2. What if I do not have my title?

In most cases, no title is no problem as long as you have your driver’s license and a copy of your registration. Please notify us of this information as soon as possible.

3. What if I lost my registration?

If we need a copy of your registration in order to pick up your vehicle, you should be able to obtain this information from your state motor vehicle department's website.

 

4. What if I have a title but I am not the owner of the car?

You will have to have the title signed off to you by the owner of the vehicle and have the necessary permission from the current owner to get rid of the car.


5. Purchased property with an abandoned car on it?

Call your local police station for special instructions on the proper paperwork needed for abandoned vehicles left on your property. You will need to do this before a tower is dispatched.


6. One of my tenants abandoned a car in the parking lot?

Call your local police station for special instructions on the proper paperwork needed for abandoned vehicles left on your property. You will need to do this before a tower is dispatched.

7. What kind of information is needed for my vehicle?

We just ask our customers a few questions in order to get the best value for their vehicles.

 Does your vehicle have:

  • Damaged Front

  • Damaged Rear

  • Damaged Side

  • Engine Missing

  • Transmission Missing

  • Radiator Missing

  • Catalytic Converter Missing

  • Tires Missing

  • Interior Parts Missing

  • Rust

8. How does recycling materials help with the environment?

Auto salvage businesses help the environment by recycling and reusing much of the automobile. Energy is saved because fewer newer parts are needed, resulting in less manufacturing and transportation usage. The effect is a decrease in the use of raw materials and landfills. Adams & Sons Services, LLC is among the businesses that reduce the need for new steel. Selling the scrap metal from wrecked or inoperable cars brings about recycled metal suitable for many items, including new auto bodies.
 

Salvage • Towing • Transporting • Recycling