Junkyards in Trumbull County: Reviews, Benefits & Contact Info
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Enter the world of auto junkyards in Trumbull County, OH with our exclusive compilation of the 10 best, evaluated by people like you. We simplify your choice by providing you with authentic reviews and real experiences.

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    Bob Karl's Auto Wrecking

    Bob Karl's Auto Wrecking

    2315 State Rte 5, Cortland, OH 44410

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto & Truck Parts

    5/5 - 4 reviews 


          Linda M. SalvageParts Review

    Simply a tail light

    "Good evening. Merry Christmas and God bless your lives. You just made a person so happy with a '97 Thunderbird tail light that you'll never quite understand. Couldn't find a drivers..."


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    Hunter Auto Wrecking

    Hunter Auto Wrecking

    6908 Beach Smith Rd, Kinsman, OH 44428

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto Parts

    4.8/5 - 4 reviews  open now


          Dave D. Google Review

    "Great people to deal with. If they don’t have what you’re looking for they can recommend places that will, or they will find it for you!."


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    I-80 Metals Recycling

    I-80 Metals Recycling

    27 Furnace Ln STE 5, Girard, OH 44420

    Recycling Center / Used Auto Parts

    5/5 - 2 reviews 


          Justin T. Google Review

    "Great place for scrapping and making extra money they take stuff that other people won't they make scrapping easy."


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    Ironics Inc

    Ironics Inc

    750 S Main St, Niles, OH 44446

    Junkyard / Used Auto Parts

    5/5 - 3 reviews 


          Jimi M. Google Review

    "I was being loaded ten minutes after arriving, weighed out, got the bills, tarped and was on my way in half an hour. Amazing!."


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    R B Vinyl Inc.

    R B Vinyl Inc.

    1336 Seaborn St # 4, Mineral Ridge, OH 44440

    Junkyard

    5/5 - 1 reviews 


          Theresa M. Google Review

    "This company is NOT a junkyard!! It is an industrial vinyl recycling factory. I repeat, NOT a junkyard!."


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    Porters Auto Wrecking

    Porters Auto Wrecking

    1775 OH-169, Niles, OH 44446

    Auto Wrecker / Used Auto Parts / Self Service
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    Metalico Youngstown, Inc.

    Metalico Youngstown, Inc.

    27 Furnace Ln, Girard, OH 44420

    Scrap Metal Dealer / Self Service

    2.3/5 - 3 reviews 


          Stanley R. Google Review

    "Joe from non-ferrous was professional, helpful by answering a ton of questions and got me in and out efficiently. I was recommended to come here and I will use no other facility for my..."


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    Juniors Core and Recycling

    Juniors Core and Recycling

    7015 OH-7, Kinsman, OH 44428

    Junkyard

    2.7/5 - 3 reviews 


          Sean N. Google Review

    "Fair rates and friendly people."


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    Eighty Two Auto Wrecking

    Eighty Two Auto Wrecking

    624 Collar Price Rd Se, Brookfield, OH 44403

    Junkyard
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    Files Auto Wrecking

    Files Auto Wrecking

    936 Scoville North Rd SE, Vienna, OH 44473

    Junkyard

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FAQs about junkyards in Trumbull County, OH

What legal requirements do I need to meet to sell my car to a junkyard in Trumbull County, OH?

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In order to sell your car to a junkyard in Trumbull County, OH, you typically need to meet these legal requirements:

  1. Proof of Ownership: You must provide proof of ownership, which is usually your vehicle title. If you don't have the title, contact the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to obtain a duplicate.
  2. Valid Identification: You'll need to show a valid government-issued photo ID, like a driver's license or passport.
  3. Complete a Bill of Sale: Some junkyards may ask you to complete a Bill of Sale, indicating the sale price and stating that you're selling the vehicle "as-is."
  4. Release of Liability: Submit a Release of Liability to the Trumbull County, OH DMV to remove your liability for the vehicle once it's sold. You can do this online or by mailing the appropriate form.
  5. Smog Certificate: Depending on the age and location of your vehicle, you may need to provide a valid smog certificate. Junkyards often handle this if required.
  6. Remove License Plates: Before handing over your vehicle, remove the license plates. You can either transfer them to another vehicle or return them to the DMV.
  7. Payment: Ensure you receive payment for the vehicle. The payment method may vary, so discuss this with the junkyard beforehand.
  8. Cancellation of Insurance: Contact your auto insurance company to cancel coverage on the sold vehicle.

Please note that specific requirements can vary depending on the junkyard and the condition of your vehicle. Always check with the junkyard you plan to sell to and refer to the Ohio DMV for the most up-to-date information and forms.

Can I sell a junk car without a title in Trumbull County, OH?

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If you try to sell a car without a title, your choices might be more restricted than those of other sellers who have a readily available title.

  • If you are still in the process of paying off a car loan, the likelihood is that the bank or lienholder still possesses your car's title. You must reach out to your bank to get a payoff amount. It's important to ensure that your car's selling price can cover it.
  • If your car title is missing, lost, or stolen and you're wondering how to sell your car, you need to request a replacement title.
  • If your car is totaled, has a salvage title, has no title at all, or you have no way to obtain a valid title, car junkyards often buy cars without a title an pay you in cash. However, the lack of a title might lower your selling price.

How much money can I expect to get for my car at a junkyard in Trumbull County, OH?

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How much money can I expect to get for my car at a junkyard in Trumbull County, OH?

  • The condition of your car.
  • The make and model of your car.
  • The current market value of scrap metal.
  • The demand for parts for your car model.

In general, you can expect to get between $100 and $500 for your junk. However, if your vehicle is in good condition or has valuable parts, you may be able to get more.

Are there any junkyards in Trumbull County, OH that pay more for cars than others?

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Yes, some junkyards in Trumbull County, OH may offer higher payouts for cars based on factors like your car's make, model, condition, and location. To find the best offer, it's advisable to contact multiple junkyards in your area and compare their quotes. Additionally, you can explore junk car buyers that specialize in certain vehicle makes or have a reputation for offering competitive prices.

How do I remove a part from a junkyard?

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If you are planning on removing a part from a vehicle yourself, be sure to take precautions to avoid injury. Be aware of your surroundings and be careful not to overexert yourself. You should also ask the staff for assistance if needed. We recommend that you bring:

  • Pliers
  • Ratchets
  • Wrenches
  • Sawsall
  • Screw drivers
  • Hammer
  • Impact driver
  • Extensions
  • Sockets SAE and Metric
  • Breaker bar
  • Penetrating Fluid

How do I inspect a used car or part before I buy it?

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Inspecting a used car or part before buying it is crucial to ensure you get value for your money. Here's a basic checklist:

  1. Exterior Inspection:
    • Check for rust, dents, or scratches.
    • Inspect the paint for consistency and color match.
    • Look at the tires for tread wear and alignment.
  2. Interior Inspection:
    • Check the upholstery, dashboard, and carpets for damage.
    • Test all interior features (radio, AC, power windows, etc.).
  3. Mechanical Inspection:
    • Start the engine and listen for unusual noises.
    • Check for fluid leaks under the vehicle.
    • Test drive the car to assess how it handles.
  4. Under the Hood:
    • Examine the engine for leaks, corrosion, or damage.
    • Check the oil level and its color.
    • Look at the battery for corrosion.
  5. Documentation:
    • Verify the car's VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).
    • Ask for maintenance records and any history of accidents.
  6. Parts:
    • For used parts, check for wear, damage, or missing components.
    • Confirm that the part matches your vehicle's make and model.
  7. Price Comparison:
    • Research the market value of the car or part to ensure a fair price.
  8. Ask Questions:
    • Inquire about warranties or return policies.
  9. Vehicle History Report:
    • Consider obtaining a vehicle history report for a used car to check for previous accidents or title issues.
  10. Expert Inspection:
    • If uncertain, have a trusted mechanic inspect the car or part.

Trust your instincts. If something feels off or you're unsure, seek professional advice or consider other options.

Can they ask me for an entry fee?

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Some junkyards may require you to pay a small entrance or admission fee (usually a few bucks) in order to enter their facilities. With this money they can cover their administrative and maintenance costs and ensure that they receive customers who are truly interested in parts.

What is the difference between a junkyard and a salvage yard?

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While the terms are often used interchangeably, a salvage yard may focus more on recycling and reselling parts.

How do I know if a junkyard is reputable?

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Here are some tips on how to know if a junkyard is reputable:

  • Check online reviews. This is a good way to get an idea of what other customers have experienced with the junkyard. Look for reviews that mention the junkyard's prices, customer service, and the quality of the parts they sell.
  • Ask for recommendations. Talk to your friends, family, and neighbors to see if they have any recommendations for junkyards. You can also ask your local mechanic or auto body shop for recommendations.
  • Visit the junkyard in person. This will give you a chance to see the junkyard's facilities and meet the staff. Look for a junkyard that is clean and organized. The staff should be friendly and knowledgeable.
  • Ask questions. Don't be afraid to ask the junkyard staff questions about their prices, the parts they have available, and their warranty policies. If the staff is hesitant to answer your questions or seems to be giving you vague answers, that's a red flag.
  • Be wary of junkyards that offer to pay you in cash. Reputable junkyards will typically pay you by check or money order. If a junkyard offers to pay you in cash, it could be a sign that they are not a legitimate business.