It may be time to get cash for your car in Hackensack, NJ if you spend most of your day trying to think of creative ways to destroy it. It could be time to find someone who buys junk cars in Hackensack if you feel nauseous every time you walk past it. Yup, it sure could be time to junk your car if it’s starting to become a nightclub for stray cats and creepy crawlies. You don’t have to fret because we’re here to help. The Clunker Junker pays cash for junk cars in Hackensack, NJ.
We call ourselves The Clunker Junkers because that’s exactly what we do. We buy junk cars from people in Hackensack and all over the state of New Jersey who want to rid themselves of their unattractive broken cars. We pay cash for cars in Hackensack, NJ, and we’d be delighted to pay you. You can sell your junk car to us with no questions asked and no discrimination. We take all makes and models, and they can be in almost any condition. We’re very thoughtful in our quoting system as we consider things like the current market value, recent sales, metal prices and all the other basic criteria such as year, make, model and so on.
We tell you what you can get for your car upfront, and then you decide whether the offer is something you’d be interested in. If you say yes, we’ll have one of our Hackensack, NJ junk car buyers reach out to you to schedule a time to take the car away and replace it with a chunk of money that you can use to your heart’s content. If you’re tired of playing games with unreliable buyers, and you’re tired of trying to negotiate every last detail, reach out to us. There’s really nothing more to it. If you’re truly looking for someone who buys junk cars in Hackensack, NJ, contact us as soon as possible.
Most people in Hackensack, NJ want cash for their junk cars, but they don’t want to go through a bunch of red tape or hoop jumps to get it. They just want a no-nonsense method that they can do from the comfort of their home. That’s us, and we’re glad we can offer such a simplified process. We’re a junk car buyer in Hackensack, NJ that feels good when we see our clients happy and at ease. We invite you to deal with us instead of the others. You’ll discover that you hardly have to lift a finger.
Our process has about three steps. First, you’ll give us some information about the junk car you need to sell. We want to know which year, make, model and trim you have. We’ll also want to know a little about the condition of the car. We know it’s going to be junky, but we do need to know what to expect for towing purposes. Then, you receive a likely instant offer. Once you accept the offer one of our Hackensack, NJ junk car buyers will contact you quickly to schedule a pick up time that fits into your schedule. Does it get any more simple than that? How’s this, we’ll even put it in bullet form for you so you can see just how straightforward it is:
We’re connected to a huge network of people who pay cash for junk cars in Hackensack, NJ. Our network is full of trustworthy buyers who keep their promises when it comes to payments. Your quote is locked in as long as the condition of your vehicle matches what you originally entered. Therefore, you’ll never have to experience a sense of uncertainty like you would if you were waiting for a Craigslist or eBay sale. We buy junk cars in Hackensack, NJ fast, and we do not play games with your money or time.
Are you ready to make the smartest move of your life and get cash for your car in Hackensack, NJ? Good. We’re ready to help you do that. You can start the process by scurrying over to the “Get Offer” button to let us know what kind of vehicle you have. Just answer a series of questions that will help us understand more about your vehicle. Finish that, and you’ll be halfway to having that extra cash in your wallet.
If you prefer to get a quote over the phone, you can reach us at (888) 383-4181 during our normal business hours.
Today's average value for vehicles in Hackensack, New Jersey is around $314 with free towing. If you have a full size pickup like a GMC Sierra or SUV such as a Ford Excursion, the average value is a little more at $392, but could be $266 for smaller and mid-size cars like a Honda Civic. Of course, your vehicle's exact offer depends on various factors:
Yes! In many cases (though not all) we can buy junk cars in Hackensack, NJ with no title. In all cases you will need to be able to prove you own the vehicle. That is usually done by showing a photo ID matching a valid registration for the vehicle. In some cases additional paperwork is also needed. Contact us if you have any questions about what is needed to sell your car with no title in New Jersey. Note that we can never buy abandoned vehicles under any circumstance.
If needed, the legal owner of the car should be able to easily obtain a replacement title through your local Hackensack, NJ DMV as seen below. Most states require a small fee for replacement and turnaround time can be anywhere from instantly to a couple of weeks:
We can often pick up the majority of vehicles in Hackensack within 1 to 3 business days. However, your local buyer or carrier handles all their own scheduling, so we can't ever fully guarantee a specific pickup time on the carrier's behalf. Same day pickups are sometimes possible, but never guaranteed.
Whether you are paid by cash or business check depends on the requirements of the local buyer who makes a bid on your vehicle. While some of our buyers do pay cash for cars, a lot have moved to check for better book keeping and the safety of tow drivers. If you are paid via check, don't forget that The Clunker Junker fully guarantees every payment and will pay you the full amount if there are any issues with the local buyer!
"We had a serious storm here with power out in many places. I live here but was helping a friend on on the island and had to drive to another town to buy a part. The roads were wet and oily and I rear-ended a van at a stop light. We were both able to turn right and park by the automotive center in where I have arranged to allow the car to be there until I could find a salvage service that towed for free and I could maybe get something out of it as some of the salvage yards offer. When we both got out of our cars, she couldn't tell that her car had even been hit and, after calling later her husband, said the same. However, I'm afraid my car is totaled which would cost much more to fix than the Blue Book value. I had the car for almost ten years and the people I sold mine to and bought theirs were the original owners. I never had any trouble with it in all that time and just made sure I did on time regular maintenance. I heard a little steam when I got out at the stop light and saw some drips of coolant but not much. After driving it into the parking lot, I talked to a mechanic in the automotive department who looked at it and said he wouldn't chance it, even though it starts and runs normally. The front wheel wells are intact and the wheels turn normally. I noticed, with how the hood is bent in the middle, that you can't see perfectly over it. However, if you had the type of tow truck where the bed tilts back and lowers down as a ramp to drive it onto, it would be no problem with that and the parking brakes and transmission seem to be fine as well. I told them I would have it moved as soon as I could so I've been looking for places in the area (not far from here) where the salvage yards are. As noted, there is no lien and I have the title which is free and clear. It would be a plus if it could all be handled by mail but I would arrange for a ride if needed. It's just that it requires a ferry trip, which is expensive during peak season, which it currently is. I checked the "under 200K" miles as the odometer reads 160K I believe but I thought it was higher than that and maybe the first number wheel didn't roll over at that point but I live right behind where I work and drive less than 50 miles a week usually, so it's probably accurate but I wanted you to be aware of that, as I think you would be better able to tell. "
"I answered the question "is the vehicle drivable" incorrectly and then corrected it. The vehicle is drivable. The car has approximately 125,000 miles on it. As an update from submission yesterday, please send me an email or text with your updated cash offer. The Journey is in great shape except that the engine block is cracked. The vehicle is still drivable, though. The trim is R/T. The body is in great shape except for a little hail damage on the hood. All exterior body panels are otherwise present and in great shape without rust or damage, to the best of my knowledge. All interior parts are present and in working condition, to the best of my knowledge as well. There is a backup camera and DVD system, dual heat and A/C up front, and additional heat and A/C controls in the middle seat. There is also a third row seat. All Dodge floor mats are in place and in great shape, including the one for the back when the third seat is folded down. There is a luggage rack and it is in great shape and was never used. The vehicle has a remote system with lock, unlock, panic, and remote start. The seats are leather seats with lumbar supports on the front seats and the driver's seat is powered. The leather in the interior is all in great shape, no tears or stains. The windows and doors are powered as well. The XM system is currently enabled. Please send an updated cash offer today."
"The steering column is more than a little stupid. We've rewired the ignition because it wouldn't turn off when it was supposed to, so now it's a switch. It does have an oil leak. I'm not exactly sure of the mileage, as I've never paid attention to it, so the number up there is just a guess. I'd like to junk this thing tonight or early tomorrow, as someone new is moving into the home where I've been keeping it."
"The truck is not running. The transmission went out for the second time a couple of months ago. I was also told there is a problem with the way the engine works with the transmission. Physically, the truck is in very good shape, inside and out, there's no rust. There are, however, a few issues. The powered driver's seat was making fuses blow, so I disconnected it. The seats are in very good shape but the driver's seat has more wear than the others."
"The window switch has to be replaced as well as the transmission fluid hose, both easy fixes. Aside from that, the vehicle is still drivable. Also, there's a large dent in the rear/door. "
"Clean car that needs a little TLC, like rear brakes, but otherwise was driving up until April of this year. I got a newer car and have no room for this one and I can't afford to keep full insurance on it just to have it sit in the driveway."
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