Automobile Fuel Savings Outlook

Residents of Blendon, Minerva Park, and Blacklick, should be aware that we are a local buyer of scrap cars. We junk cars for cash with same-day pickup usually available in Jefferson, Hilliard, and Obetz. Yes, a price for a wrecked car can vary based on a number of factors in Grove City, OH.  We’re a locally based outfit paying cash for cars–you can sell a car for cash regardless if damaged, junk or salvage in Jackson, Galloway, or Hamilton.

At the University of Indiana, they produced a report known as the A Macroeconomic Study of Federal and State Automotive Regulations. Here is an excerpt relating to consumer fuel savings: “Vehicles powered by electricity may save a consumer roughly $5,700 to $7,400 over the period of ownership on fuel. Buyers may have a perception regarding fuel costs that do not reflect federal agency projections. Most buyers do not plan on retaining a newly purchased automobile for its entire useful lifespan. These cars can last for approximately 13 – 15 years and most buyers keep cars for 6 to 7 years and then consider trading it in when ready to buy again.

In the 1970s period during the oil embargo, Chrysler tried introducing two models which were “ultra-efficient”, the Feather Duster and the Dart Lite. They did not have great success with these models at the time. During the 1990s, Honda remained focused on offering fuel efficient vehicles compared to their competitors. Although difficult to quantify, it did not seem that Honda truly benefitted from their enhanced fuel efficiency and have since not focused on MPG as much. In other countries where fuel costs are much higher, they have persisted in leading the market in this category. Studies have difficulty proving that U.S. consumers are highly motivated to buy cars based exclusively on fuel efficiency; however, time will probably tell as more of these vehicles enter the market at comparable prices to traditionally powered cars. The full article is available here.

With our auto recycling arrangement, fewer raw materials are used, which conserves energy and natural resources in Dublin, Washington, & Pickerington. We are among those known as a buyer of scrap cars that is involved in scrap throughout Valleyview, Upper Arlington, and Brice.  Call today to sell junk cars for cash in Flint, Westerville, or Truro and we will be on our way to pick it up. Now may be the ideal time to get a price for a wrecked car in Bexley, Madison, or Gahanna. When you sell a car for cash you are actually benefitting the environment.

Abandoned Vehicle Recycling

Cash for my car services are quickly processed in the regions of Georgesville, Brown, and Norwich, OH. A junk vehicle buyer should provide you an accurate timeframe for fast vehicle removal in Perry, Plain, and Sharon, OH. Although the price for a wrecked car has been low, it has yet to fully drop in the areas of Lincoln Village, Amlin, and Clinton, OH. Our scrap car hauler is proudly servicing the greater Columbus area 6 days a week. Where to sell your junk car in Groveport, Canal Winchester, or Huber Ridge is the question–we’ve got the right answers.

An October 10, 2016 article on Recycling Today brought up an interesting story: “The U.S. EPA has proclaimed an contract with High Plains Motors Inc. (HPM) agreeing to alleged hazardous waste violations from to the improperly managing used oil, paint solvents, lacquer thinner, and other such materials at an auto dealership and service in Wolf Point, Montana. As part of the settlement, High Plains will pay penalties of $5,758 and finish a junk vehicle recycling initiative on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Suzanne Bohan, an EPA regional administrator says that the EPA commends High Plains Motors &Tribal leadership for their decision to work together to safely remove many abandoned cars from the reservation.

Deb Madison, Environmental Manager for the Fort Peck Tribes feels that they look forward to working closely with HPM and the Fort Peck Housing Authority to resolve these environmental problems. The HPM automobile dealership & service center is located on private land just inside the boundaries of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. EPA regulators in 2015 found that the company had violated some aspects of the Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA) by not labeling used oil reservoirs and not responding to dumping of used oil at the facility. EPA staff also found that the organization erred in properly managing paint solvent wastes, oil/water/antifreeze mixtures, and lacquer at their site. The EPA issued HPM a compliance demand in 2015, and the establishment has now employed measures to get into compliance with hazardous waste laws.

The proclamation resolves HPMs liabilities for the supposed RCRA violations by finalizing a penalty as well as a supplemental environmental program that will recycle aboout 86 abandoned car on the reservation. After seeking feedback from the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes and EPA, HPM agreed to work with a local scrap company, Trader’s Den, to retrieve abandoned or junk vehicles on Tribal housing-owned land in the Wolf Point and Poplar areas of the reservation. This process will remove possible sources of pollution from the car such as oil, transmission fluid, coolant, brake fluid, gasoline, & batteries. HPM will properly remove or salvage all recoverable material and will place vehicles at a local scrap site for crushing & recycling.

EPA has also been operational with the Fort Peck Tribes and the local communities of Poplar & Wolf Pt through the agency’s Making a Visible Difference in Communities initiative. A focus of this program is achieving environmental outcomes and reducing them through technical support and grant funding. Recent EPA Brownfields funding is offered in partnership with the Great Northern Development Corp. and Tribes’ Brownfields initiative, is removing contaminants & determining revitalization openings at many old buildings in the area. The removal of these scrap vehicles through this additional project will better the goal of making these communities cleaner & safer places to reside. The full story is available here.

Receive cash for my car

Our junk vehicle buyer will give you a price for the scrap value of your car in Jackson, New Albany, and Galloway, OH. Contact our junk car buyer for a price for a wrecked car or other non-running car or truck in Hamilton, Reynoldsburg, or Montgomery, OH. Our scrap car hauler is proudly servicing the Mifflin, New Rome, or Lake Darby areas 6 days a week. To sell your junk car fast in Whitehall, Worthington, or Lockbourne, contact us and you to determine why we are the best in the junk car buying business.

Scrap Recycler Cited

We are pleased to announce that we now buy junk cars in the Ohio regions of Valleyview, Dublin and Pickerington. Residents is the areas of Brice, Flint, and Westerville can call us for a price for a wrecked car Monday through Saturday. Are you in need of a price quote for a junk car in the cities of Whitehall, Upper Arlington, or Montgomery, OH? We are a high-volume scrap vehicle buyer serving Franklin County 6 days a week now. Those asking where to sell my car for cash will be pleasantly surprised when they find us.

Courtney Friedman compiled an article in the July 15, 2016 edition of ksat.com titled ‘Recycling center with list of citations feels pressure from city, residents’ with the following reports: “A recycling center with a lengthy list of violations is angering nearby residents. The city is cracking down on this company, giving them a last chance to stay open. Antonia Aldaco has lived on Seguin Street for sixty years. She says the dust from the place gets into her house. About six months ago, Ascent Recycling moved into the industrial site next to her and it has been overly dusty. She is also upset about the trash flying all the way to I-35. The other violations are rodents, rats. In the middle of the night, they have rats coming across the street says Rose Hill, Government Hill Neighborhood Association president.

This recycling plant moved from a location on S. Cross Blvd. They had some violations to the extent that we had to shut them down. They were improperly zoned properly and not following city rules. Ascent moved to Seguin St. to an industrial zoned property where they could legally process cardboard. Inspection documents pulled through an open records request show Ascent Recycling started illegally recycling metal in January and February, despite saying they wouldn’t. These metal violations handled through the court process. They had 15 citations just for that violation, totaling $3,000 in fine. They stopped metal recycling in April. Now, other citations include: trash, debris, overgrown weeds, vegetation, dust and parking lot-related problems..

One way to limit dust is by paving the areas that are heavily trafficked. The city will take Ascent Recycling to court in August over the latest violations. If the owners do not comply, they’ll be shut down. The neighborhood association says it supports all businesses, but this business seems unwilling to work with the residents and is making their quality of these elderly people’s lives miserable. KSAT has now made several attempts to contact the owner of the company but hasn’t received a response yet.” The full article is available here.

We buy junk cars in Columbus, OH

Those in Truro, Madison, or Gahanna can contact our junk car buyer for a price for a wrecked car or other non-running vehicle. The quote for a junk car is calculated taking several factors into account. Our scrap vehicle buyer will provide you money for a junk car and even pick it up from you in Franklin, Grandview Heights, Blendon, OH.

If a car has sat in your driveway, yard or garage in Blacklick, Grove City, or Jefferson, it is time for the sell my car for cash option. Selling a junk car to us is actually doing right by our environment in the areas of Hilliard, Obetz, and Jackson, OH. Even if your car needs a new transmission in New Albany, Galloway, or Hamilton, we can come to the repair shop and tow it away.