Breaking All Vehicle Makes & Models

ASM Auto Recycling, the experts in auto salvage

Having to deal with a car that no longer functions is a pain, especially if all you want to do is get on with finding a new one.

What’s an even bigger pain than that?  Having to work out if your breaker does or doesn’t work with certain brands or models.

Well, we’re here to help.

At ASM Auto Recycling, we have over 40 years of experience in the vehicle salvage industry.  And we’ll help to make the scrapping process as swift and painless as it can be.

What’s more, we scrap every make and model.  Whatever model of car you’re looking to get rid of, we’ll take it off your hands.

If you take a look at our extensive car parts store, you can see just how many different brands and models we work with.

Why ASM Auto Recycling?

  • We offer great prices.  There’s a reason we’re one of the UK’s best and most popular auto salvage companies: we give our customers great deals.

  • We’ve got the know-how.  Scrapping a car for the first time can be a bit confusing and you might not be aware of the administration process.  We’ll help you through the whole thing.

  • We’ll pick up your car.  We know that moving a non-functioning car around isn’t possible for many people.  That’s why we offer a collection service: you give us the details, and we’ll pick up the car and take it back to our processing centre in Thame, Oxford.

  • We’ve got the experience.  When you scrap your car with ASM Auto Recycling, you can rest assured you’re dealing with a company that processes over 30,000 vehicles each year.  We’re the best in the business.

How do I get started?

It’s really simple to get things moving.  If you want a quotation up front, then you can head to our Sell Your Car page and fill in the form.

If, on the other hand, you’d rather have a chat on the phone, then feel free to call our friendly team on 01844 268 940, and select option 3.

Find out More

Remember, if you want to find out more about the whole vehicle scrapping process, you can always check out the ASM blog.  You can find out more about everything from which car parts are most valuable to how vehicle recycling actually works.