How to recycle your junk car in Edmonton

When you are unable to use your car for transportation it is time for you to recycle your car in Edmonton. The main question that arises here is how to recycle your junk car in Edmonton.Most of the car parts that are not being used can still be recycled in Edmonton for further use. They … Read more How to recycle your junk car in Edmonton

Do you have a car that you no longer need or want?

We know that purchases are based on emotion, so it makes sense that sometimes people will buy vehicles based on their feelings about a certain type of car or a new car versus an older car, rather than by logic and what one could and one could not afford. Sometimes people lose their jobs, and … Read more Do you have a car that you no longer need or want?

What is The Car Collection Company?

At The Car Collection Company our mission is to provide fast, free, no-hassle removal of unwanted vehicles from every driveway, garage, back yards and front lawn in the South Island. Our name may seem funny but we take our job seriously. In fact, for over 4 years we’ve been recognized as the premier unwanted vehicle … Read more What is The Car Collection Company?

What do I need to do to get rid of my vehicle and out from under this debt?

If you have discovered that you are in a vehicle that you simply cannot afford, you need to sell it. It’s as simple as that. Head on over to Kelly Blue Book, and look up what your vehicle is worth. Look up the private-party value, and that’s how much your vehicle is worth. Don’t sell … Read more What do I need to do to get rid of my vehicle and out from under this debt?

How do I know if I can afford the vehicle that I have now?

Some people are in denial with their vehicles. They buy new cars because they think they need something reliable, but in reality they’re making ridiculous car payments upwards of $500 when their income just cannot support that. Dave Ramsey offers a great rule of thumb that everyone should follow. If your vehicles are worth more … Read more How do I know if I can afford the vehicle that I have now?