As the New Year approaches, many of us are seeking ways to improve our lifestyle in one way or another, and although some seek to workout and remold their body or revamp the inner mental workings with self-help pursuits, there are small ways in which you can make changes – some of which could be parked right in your front yard!
Recycle Your Auto makes it simply for our Fraser Valley clients to clean up their property, all while ridding themselves of unwanted automobiles and/or agricultural equipment and make money too …with these 3-easy steps!
- Text… At Recycle Your Auto we are proud to be “with the times”, offering a convenient dedicated line for our customers to text (or call) us. Via text you can give us a heads up on what type of vehicle or equipment you would like removed, making it a quick and easy way to find out what your vehicle is worth simply by calling 778-732-9253!
- Quote… after contacting us, we will offer you a quote on your unwanted vehicle or agricultural equipment, and arrange a pick up time that is most convenient for you!
- Removal …on the arranged day and time, we will come and remove your vehicle with or without your present – ensuring you are paid regardless of your presence!
No matter what resolutions you are aiming to make for in 2019, you can never go wrong with recycling your auto or agricultural equipment – cleaning up your property and the planet at the same time, while also putting some money in your pocket!
We are the leading Auto Recycler in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland region, offering you CASH plus a BONUS Gift Certificate for your car, truck and/or farming equipment. Our Vehicle Removal & Auto Recycling services are available in Mission, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Surrey, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Chilliwack & Langley, and we are available from 7am to midnight/7 days a week to help ensure we can assist you at a time most convenient for you.
So Call or Text Recycle Your Auto at 778-732-9253 to get started…we look forward to serving you!
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