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Find salvage Motors - cars, vans and trucks at Motor Breaker. We are a fast-growing salvage vehicle market in the UK. With our extensive and increasing list of suppliers and contacts, our customers can be assured of efficient service for the procurement of salvage motors and their parts.
Our dealers usually procure models from leading insurance companies and many repairable premier vehicles can be bought at a heavily discounted price.
Get access to private sellers, looking to dispose vehicles that might be considered too expensive to repair either through an accident or mechanical problem.
Bidding system is in place allowing you to bid for desired vehicles.
It is also possible to obtain competitively priced parts on Motor Breaker, which therefore ensures a cost-effective repair.
Research the price of necessary parts that you may need to repair salvage cars that are you thinking of buying. You could potentially save up to 80% as compared to dealer prices.
Categories for salvage motors - cars, vans and trucks explained
Category A - A vehicle that has been written off and must be totally destroyed including all parts.
Category B - A vehicle that has been written off from which spare parts may be salvaged, but the body shell must be crushed and it should never return to the road.
Category S - Formerly category C. A damaged vehicle which the insurer has decided not to repair, but which could be repaired and returned to the road. Category S or C vehicles require a VIC inspection. Recorded at DVLA and HPI. Vehicles categorised as S or C category require a VIC test before the DVLA will issue a new registration document. This will then be noted on the V5C.
Category N - Formerly category D. A minimally damaged vehicle which the insurer has decided not to repair, but which could be repaired and returned to the road.
Category X - A motor vehicle which is not listed as being damaged on the HPI register, or one which may have very little damage. These vehicles may have been stolen and then recovered.
Category U - Used or Unrecorded vehicles that may have sustained accident damage. The vehicle is not governed by ABI categorisation guidelines and is unlikely to have been reported to the Motor Insurance Anti-Fraud Theft Register (MIAFTR).
We recommend viewing salvage motors - cars, vans, or trucks before purchasing in order to ensure you are fully aware of the extent of the damage.