You’ve heard about Orthodox Auto Company, and you’ve read the customer reviews about just how easy it is to sell your car for cash. But can you really believe all the hype? Is selling your old, damaged car really that fast and easy? We understand that our cash-for-cars program often sounds too good to be true, and we get a mixed bag of questions about the process. Here are just a few of the common ones we hear—and that you might have as well.
The cash-for-cars process is really quite simple. But before you get a free quote, make sure you have the vehicle, all keys, and the title. We will also need to see proof of your identification. Without these things in your possession, we cannot legally purchase your car. From there, all you have to do is get ahold of us either by calling our office at (267) 326-2020 or by filling out our online, no-obligation quote form. We’ll get the ball rolling from there!
Many people are concerned with what happens to a vehicle when they sell it to a salvage yard. At Orthodox Auto, we take each car we buy through rigorous testing to determine the best next step. If parts are deemed salvageable, we carefully inspect, dismantle, store, and recycle them. Vehicles that are completely far gone (or parts that are no longer usable) are sent to the crusher to be reused for steel. We make sure all our disposal methods are in line with EPA standards.
In addition to buying damaged cars, Orthodox Auto is a full-service salvage yard, used auto parts distributor, and car rental company. We’ve served the Philadelphia area since the 1970s, and we have a great reputation as a family-owned and -operated business.
Want to find out more? Contact us with your questions anytime at (267) 326-2020. We’d be glad to walk you through our cash-for-cars process and get you one step closer to selling your vehicle.
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