SELLING JUNK CARS FOR CASH IN Tucson,Arizona IS SIMPLE:

  • Get an instant vehicle valuation by dialing 1-855-928-2611
  • After accepting our offer you can set up a convenient time for one of our Tucson area towers to come to your vehicle's location.
  • Our Tucson tower will pay you the quoted amount on the spot.
  • We will remove your junk car 100% FREE of charge.

Junk-A-Car is Tucson's original cash for junk cars company. Getting a quote takes only minutes and we can usually remove the car within 24-hours, sometimes even the same day if you call early enough.

We will make you an offer right now for any car in any condition in or around Tucson Arizona. Whether it runs perfectly, has mechanical issues, has been in an accident we will make you an offer over the phone right now.

Tucson area residents who want to sell a car, SUV, pick-up or commercial truck can get a top-dollar offer for thier car right now. Physical or mechanical damage is no problem, every car has value

Our valuation specialists are standing by to take your call. The process takes only a few minutes. Here's how it works....

HOW TO SELL A JUNK CAR FOR CASH IN Tucson, Arizona:

  • Get an instant vehicle valuation by dialing 1-855-928-2611
  • After accepting our offer you can set up a convenient time for one of our Tucson area towers to come to your vehicle's location.
  • Our Tucson tower will pay you the quoted amount on the spot.
  • We will remove your junk car 100% FREE of charge.

3 Reasons to Avoid Driving a Junk Car

 

When to sell you junk car

We all know that driving safely is important, right? We brake in time to come to a full stop at a stoplight, we obey stop signs and other important traffic signs, we stay in our lane, and we avoid going over the speed limit. When it gets dark or foggy out, we turn on our headlights. And, when we’re ready to make a turn, we use our turn signals.

 

That said, the truth of the matter is that all of these precautions are only part of the picture. In addition to using safe driving techniques, it’s also important to drive a vehicle that’s actually safe in and of itself. There are some instances where the kind of vehicle you’re driving may be even more important than the safety precautions you’re taking — for instance, in the event of an accident with another vehicle.

 

These days, most modern vehicles are equipped with a wide array of systems that are designed to alert you of potential dangers and help you avoid trouble. Whether it’s a warning light to let you know that your tire pressure is low or a high tech anti-lock braking system, modern cars do their best to keep you safe.

 

However, the majority of vehicles out on the road in the United States are by no means new. In fact, the average age of the American car clocks in at almost 12 years. This means that there are millions of cars on the road which are many decades old.  If your car is decades old and you are ready to get some money for your junk car, us for a quick quote now.

 

Are you driving a junk car around town? Aside from the frustration associated with driving a vehicle that breaks down constantly, driving a junk car can be flat out dangerous for you and other drivers on the road. In many instances, it’s a much better idea to simply sell your junk car and buy a newer vehicle rather than continuing to drive something that poses a threat. Let’s take a look at the top 3 reasons you should avoid driving a junk car, both for your safety and for the safety of others on the road.

 

  1. Rust Is Dangerous

 

When you look at the rust covering your junk car, you might think that it’s simply an aesthetic issue. Sure, it’s a little painful to look at — but it’s not actually dangerous, right?

 

In some cases, this is actually quite wrong. A little rust on the hood of a vehicle isn’t likely to be dangerous, sure. But, rust on the undercarriage of a vehicle can be extremely dangerous, both for your and for other drivers. A rusted out vehicle can literally fall apart out on the open road. Plus, undercarriage rust (as experienced in areas with snowy winters, where the road is heavily salted for months at a time) can lead to parts suddenly wearing out and breaking without warning: everything from structural components to your braking system could suddenly fail. Watch out the next time you’re thinking about getting into a rusty junk car.

 

  1. Catching Fire

 

This may sound like an exaggeration, but believe us: it’s not. Old vehicles are full of dated, decaying fuel lines and internal wiring. The safety mechanisms designed to prevent these aspects of the vehicle from potentially catching fire tend to degrade over time. The result is a vehicle that’s more prone to electrical fires. The last thing you want is to be driving around in a car that’s at risk of catching fire.

 

  1. Bad Brakes

 

Many years ago, vehicles were made without anti-lock braking systems or disc brakes. Old school drum brake systems are drastically inferior to the braking systems in today’s modern cards. No matter how “new” your drum brakes are, they’re never going to be as safe as the current systems in use in cars.

Are you ready to sell your junk car and get something safer? Junk A Car pays top dollar for junk cars nationwide. Visit our website to find out how much yours is worth!

JUNK CARS WE ARE MAKING CASH OFFERS ON NOW!

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1995 Ford Probe130
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser260
1976 Dodge pickup truck325
2006 BMW M34875
2001 Hyundai XG30097.5
2002 Dodge Ram Pickup 15001.3
1996 Plymouth Neon65
1988 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight169
1985 Ford Ranger130
2005 Subaru Forester455

    DMV IN Tucson, az

  • Address: 103 E Alameda St
    Phone: (520) 629-9808
  • Address: 7330 N Shannon Rd
    Phone: (520) 629-9808
  • Address: 621 E 22nd St
    Phone: (520) 628-5857
  • Address: 3565 S Broadmont Dr
    Phone: (877) 692-9227
  • Address: 3565 S Broadmont Dr
    Phone: (520) 629-9808
  • Address: 103 E Alameda St
    Phone: (520) 629-9808
  • Address: 7330 N Shannon Rd
    Phone: (520) 629-9808
  • Address: 621 E 22nd St
    Phone: (520) 628-5857
  • Address: 3565 S Broadmont Dr
    Phone: (877) 692-9227