Do you have an old "piece" that's seen better days, say, during William Clinton's presidency? Or Ronald Reagan's? Is your car a "beater" that's been beaten to death? Maybe it doesn't run anymore, just sits in front of your house gathering rust. Maybe you have an old junker that can't make it to the junkyard on its own. Maybe it's been in an accident. Maybe its age has totaled it. You know it's not worth listing on eBay. It's not worth towing to your local used car dealer. You can't even give it away. But wouldn't it be nice to make some money from it?
We buy all kinds of cars, trucks, SUVs and vans. All makes and all models and years. The price we pay depends on whether we junk, salvage or scrap it. It doesn't matter if the car is running or not. We'll come by to tow it away for you, usually on the same day, and pay you cash right there and then. There's no charge for the tow. It's fine if it doesn't pass the smog test. The process is easy. a lot easier and faster than the traditional ways to sell a used car. You don't have to put a classified ad in the newspaper or on Craigslist. You don't have to take it to a dealer and hope they give you a decent trade-in price. The older it is, the more all of that is just a waste of your time. Instead, just call us on the phone and tell us the kind of car you have. We'll quote you a price on the phone and schedule the pickup.
The average age of cars on the road today in the United States is 11 1/2 years, an all-time record. 4 million cars still running in the United States are from before 1990. Another 44 million cars in the country are between 16 and 24 years in age. That's a tribute to the car industry making better cars that keep on running farther and longer. It's also a sign of the economy, because it's more economical to keep a car running than to buy a new car and lose a lot of money to depreciation as soon you drive it off the dealer's lot. However, that creates an interesting problem. No matter how well-made, car parts eventually fail. To keep that car running requires a replacement part. And car manufacturers don't have enough room in their warehouses to stock parts for every single model in every year since they went into business. Besides, many parts were originally manufactured by other companies, some of them outside the United States. Some of those companies have since gone out of business. This creates a thriving market in parts for older cars. And, eventually, every car's useful life must come to an end. Some classics and antiques are well-maintained and still run well, but they're just for show. They're pampered. You wouldn't jump in one to run to the nearest 7-Eleven.
Cash for Cars San Leandro has been serving San Leandro, San Francisco, San Jose-South and surrounding areas for decades. Our representative and drivers are friendly and helpful. We know it's not always easy to part with an older car, so we make the process as stress-free as possible. Just call us today at (510) 296-8044 to discover how much cash your old car is worth.