While you may know that Tow Truck Newark has remained the best in local towing for 15 years, you might see that we buy junk cars here in Newark as well.
We buy junk cars that are no longer operational or cost too much to fix. These are often vehicles that people have driven into the ground, and now they just won’t go on for much longer.
The reason why we buy junk cars isn’t just because it’s an excellent opportunity for us, but it also helps you, the consumer, and the community as a whole. Whether the car gets fixed up and donated or sold for parts, it keeps the Newark NJ city running.
Vehicle donation programs are a fabulous way of assisting those in need to get to work or find a way to their next doctor appointment. However, it takes discarded vehicles to make these programs work, and that is where our team comes in.
We offer fair market value and cash offers to take your old junker off of your hands. No matter where it winds up or if it gets a new owner or not, it’s taking one more inefficient car off of the road.
Most repair shops and auto garages restrict their inventory to parts that are ten, maybe 12 years old. Once your vehicle has aged past that point, it gets difficult to find an affordable mechanic to keep up with repairs.
When your car does nothing but break down or develop issues, however, you know it’s time to cash out. Unfortunately, many car lots are going to refuse to take it in trade, still forcing you to dispose of it somehow.
Rather than delivering it straight to a landfill, there’s a chance that it could go to benefit someone else instead. Before you call the city to get it, you can rely on our Tow Truck Company for high cash offers.
Maybe you encountered a flat tire, or perhaps your battery died while you were out. While you do have options, should you call your car insurance for roadside assistance?
After all, it does make sense that you would contact them first. Otherwise, what is the point of paying for roadside assistance protection?
However, it comes down to what your policy states, as well as how frequently you require help. Most insurance policies remain in place to protect your vehicle, and not necessarily make your life easy.
Worst yet is that if you’re having an exceptionally unlucky month and you wind up placing multiple claims in at once, you are going to drive up your premiums. However, simply because you have the choice doesn’t mean that you should immediately go through your company.
Typically, if something is a minor service need, you don’t always have to get the insurance company involved. A small scuff or needing a tow when the car is in good shape could be affordable enough to handle up front.
Another concern is having to deal with insurance claim adjusters. If they think that you’re trying to get one by them or are trying to have the company pay for something minute, they may stick you with the bill instead.
You might feel pressured to use them now because you know that, if the mechanic finds an issue, you’re likely going to need to cover it by yourself. You can’t afford to pay both now, making you take the cheap way out.
However, if the repair need is small, or you just ran out of gas or need a new battery, it’s not going to take a lot to get your car back up and running. If you want to skip going rounds with your insurance company, you might want to attempt paying for everything upfront.