Cash for Cars | Cash for Junk And Used Vehicles

San Diego Reader Article

San Diego Reader Article

Cash for cars By Eve Kelly, March 6, 2013 The Blue Beast is dead. Our ’94 Chevy Suburban 1500 blew a radiator and maybe a head gasket. It had served us well, but we had poured enough money into it. Dave Moore at Southwest Cash for Cars in El Cajon (619-328-2691; southwestcashforcars.com) was friendly, and he advised against going for the tax-write-off charity route. “I’d only go for the write-off if you’re self-employed, and even then, it won’t give you much. You’re better...

Read More »

Cities of Service

Cities of Service

Orange County Looking for a car removal service in Orange County? Well, look no further as South Coast Cash For Cars is your number one junk car removal service in Orange County. Our trained specialists will respond to your call quickly, remove your car and get you your cash fast! We offer Orange County 100% free towing and car removal when you need it, plus we give you cash for your old car. At South Coast Cash For Cars we take vehicle removing to another level with our...

Read More »

Tips

Tips

4 Tips to a Clean Junk Car Removal Things that need to be done. 1) Have a clean path to the junk vehicle so our truck can do it’s job with ease. The last thing you want is to make a three minute pick up into a forty minute ordeal. 2) Have as much info about the junk vehicle on hand when calling, such as: Title and Registration, year, make, model and any other paper work that you may have. 3) Please make sure you have a key for the ignition where the Junk Car tow truck...

Read More »

Go Green

Go Green

By recycling vehicles, we all help the environment by reducing the need to create new products from virgin materials which in turn saves energy, water and reduces mining and other production wastes! There are environmental benefits of having us remove your Southern California vehicle. We drain all fluids, (oil, anti-freeze, brake, transmission and fuel) and the gases (air conditioning and airbag) are extracted then dispose of safely so they don’t leak out and polluted...

Read More »