Car Transplants was established in 1974 and is a family-owned and run company. It is regarded as a major player in the UK car dismantling business. Car Transplants has two operating facilities and 65 employees. The company uses 15 vehicle transporters daily, each capable of collecting 75 vehicles on a single run. This article provides you with an overview of Car Transplants.
Repairable vehicles and used car parts
Repairable vehicles The company’s Wharton Road facility handles more than 10,000 repairable salvage auto-mobiles annually. At any one time, you can find over 750 stolen or recovered and damaged repairable cars for sale in the facility. The Wharton Road site is open for business six days a week, all the year round. All of the vehicles on the site are priced individually according to condition, age, and model. Car Transplants’ facility for used car parts in Chesire is open six days a week, all the year round. Vehicle categories Car Transplants get repairable vehicles directly from their partner insurance companies. Vehicle categories on the yard range from damaged, with missing parts, to stolen or recovered, and flood water damaged. Second-hand car parts Car Transplants also sells used car parts. The company operates a treatment site for spare-parts in Cheshire, where auto-mobiles that cannot be made roadworthy are brought and dismantled. Processing Car Transplants processes more than 10,000 unserviceable cars annually, salvaging each for parts that can still be used. Used car parts are inventoried and stored in the company’s vehicle parts warehouse. Because of its close ties with several leading UK insurance companies, the company is assured of a steady and constant supply of car parts.
Repossessions and payment
Repossessions A number of finance houses, corporations, leasing firms, and major banks turn to Car Transplants when they need to dispose of commercial vehicles, repossessed and for ease of lease cars. Benefits The company has in stock a wide range of vehicle makes and models, which they sell at prices lower than those charged by the main agents. Customers are encouraged to test-drive cars before making a purchase. Cars though do not come with a warranty. Payment Car Transplants accept debit cards, cheques with banker's card, cash, and most major credit cards. You can also pay for your purchase at any Barclays Bank branch.