The Most Cash For Cars in New Hampshire

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Junk cars for cash in New Hampshire with free pickup.

The state motto of New Hampshire is “Live free or die”. Well, we certainly don’t wish death on anyone, but we want you to be able to live free from your car! That’s why we pay cash for cars in New Hampshire and pick them up at no extra charge. If you’re looking for a reputable car buyer, one that won’t take advantage of you, look no farther than The Clunker Junker. We are currently buying cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs all across The Granite State.

You may have many options when you need cash for cars in New Hampshire, but you won’t find any car buyers who will pay more for your car or treat you as well as we do. From Nashua to the White Mountain National Forest, we buy junk cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. We’ve spent more than a decade perfecting our junk car removal service to provide you with a smooth, fast, easy experience when selling your junk car in New Hampshire.

New Hampshirites know first hand how bad the winter weather can get. While the snow can be beautiful and create serene winter landscapes, the extreme cold and salt can wreak havoc on your car, and the roads. If your old clunker has started rusting away due to road salt, or you hit a big pothole and cracked your rim, we will buy your car. We don’t particularly care what condition your car is in, as long as it is complete. Enter the details of the vehicle through the form above and get your instant offer now!

Let the Clunker Junker Tow Your Junk Car Away For Cash on the Spot

Swapping out cars for cash is our bread and butter. Before you go gunning your car off the Hampton State Pier, hit the brakes and get in contact with The Clunker Junker. We’ll give you the cash you deserve and spare you from launching your car into the ocean.

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New Hampshire Cash For Cars By The Numbers

We buy cars. A lot of cars.

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Eric Mitz

Eric's Expert Take

Eric is our founder and CEO and has nearly 15 years of experience buying and selling used and junk cars in the state of New Hampshire. He is also a data nerd with a finger on the pulse of the cash for cars industry and salvage vehicle values.

Hello there, I’m Eric Mitz, the man behind The Clunker Junker. I’ve been taking a close look at the offers we’ve made recently in New Hampshire, and I’d like to share some of the figures with you. Generally speaking, vehicles in the region are fetching close to $644 on an average. Factor in the type of car, and the numbers start to vary a bit. For instance, we’ve noticed that small cars, like a Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic, typically go for around $540. On the other hand, pickup trucks, such as a Chevrolet Silverado or a RAM 1500, are normally in the higher bracket, pulling in about $841 on average. As for SUVs and crossovers, like a Nissan Rogue or Ford Explorer, she’s clocking in at around $749.

Over here at The Clunker Junker, we pride ourselves on dealing with a significant volume of cars. To give you a bit of an idea, in recent times we’ve bought roughly 2965 vehicles, which has seen a cool sum of over 2 million dollars circulating in the economy. Of all the vehicles we’ve intersected with in New Hampshire, the Ford F-150, a sturdy and reliable pickup truck, has emerged as the popular kid on the block. Though a fantastic vehicle, common problems with the Ford F-150’s often include alternator failure, transmission glitches or power window malfunctions which can dig deep into your pocketbook. Given the potentially high repair costs, many owners find it more beneficial to put up the F-150 for sale rather, than trying to fix the issues.

Being immersed in the “cash for cars” industry has allowed me to understand the nuances of used car pricing. Over the past month in New Hampshire, we’ve seen a very slight dip in car prices, by around -0.6%. But don’t let this worry you too much, because market conditions now are remarkably similar to this time last year. In fact, I’m anticipating that these prices will remain consistent for a while yet. So if you’re contemplating selling your car, this could be an ideal time with the market in a steady state. Rest assured that I will keep my finger on the pulse of the market to update you on any major shifts or trends!

How to sign your New Hampshire car title

We have put together a simple guide and example for how to sign your New Hampshire title when you are selling your vehicle. If there are multiple owners listed on the title, they must all sign the title unless the names are separated with "OR".

  1. To get started, flip over your New Hampshire title to the back and find the section that says "Assignment of title" at the top. You're selling your car, so don't sign the title as a buyer or dealer.
  2. First sign the back of the title where indicated by "Seller's signature" (see image).
    Always sign in pen on the seller line, and never sign in the dealer section.
  3. Print (don't sign) your name on the back of the title, where it reads "Printed name".
    Always include any and all middle names or initials that are used in the owner section.
Front of New Hampshire title
Front of New Hampshire Title
Back of New Hampshire title
Back of New Hampshire Title

How to get a duplicate New Hampshire title

The process for getting a duplicate or replacement New Hampshire title is fairly simple. If the vehicle was last titled in a state other than New Hampshire you must apply for a duplicate title in the previous state. The registered owner should do the following:

  1. Fill out the New Hampshire Application for Duplicate Certificate of Title.
  2. Complete a lien release if needed.
  3. Bring your duplicate title application to the DMV office or mail your application and lien release to the NH division of motor vehicles at
    NH Dept. of Safety
    DMV - Title
    23 Hazen Drive
    Concord NH  03305
  4. Please note that there is a three to five day waiting period before a duplicate title can be issued and the cost is $25.00. (Paid to the NH division of motor vehicles).

How to get rid of an abandoned vehicle in New Hampshire

Getting rid of an abandoned vehicle in New Hampshire can be a difficult process. Unfortunately, you cannot just sell any junk car that ends up on your property if you do not own it. You'll need to follow the New Hampshire abandoned vehicle removal procedures. We have given a general overview of what that entails below.

You can read more about selling an abandoned vehicle in New Hampshire

  1. To have an abandoned vehicle removed from your property, you must first contact your local law enforcement office.
  2. If you would like to apply for the title to the vehicle, you must first attempt a Title Search to seek the last registered owner of the vehicle. Title searches can be requested by attorneys, private investigators, towing companies and repair garages.
    You will need to enlist the assistance of an attorney.
Frequently Asked Questions

Questions you might have

Can you buy cars in New Hampshire without title?

In some cases, yes. However, we cannot buy every vehicle in NH without title, it is at the discretion of our buyers. If the buyers do decide to purchase the vehicle, they will require proof of ownership in the form of a valid registration that matches your photo ID.

What if my title doesn’t look like the one pictured?

New Hampshire often changes their title documents from year to year. If you have questions about your specific title, please contact your New Hampshire DMV.

Do I need to turn in my license plates?

Yes, unless you are transferring the plates to a new vehicle. You can return the plates to your local DMV office.

What should I do about my auto insurance?

You will need to notify your auto insurance company that you have sold the vehicle, so they can either cancel your policy if the vehicle was sold, or transfer/renew the policy on your new vehicle.

Is there anything else I need to do?

You may need to notify your local DMV that you have sold the vehicle. You can contact them with any additional questions or concerns about the transfer of your title.

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