Things To Know
Even though we keep things clean and simple around here, we get it—you may have a few questions. Check out our topics below and some of our most frequently asked questions to get the information you’re looking for about pulling self-serve used auto parts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the VIP Club?
The VIP Club is a free, easy way to earn and redeem VIP Rewards store credit on all your retail auto parts purchases, to keep track of those purchases, and to save money on admissions and parts via VIP-only discounts, sales, and other exclusive promotions. As a VIP Club Member, you will have easy access to all your purchase information – including parts warranties, store credits, and inventory alerts – from the convenience of your mobile device or personal computer. Simply use your mobile VIP Membership Card at admission and checkout to earn or redeem your VIP Club benefits.
Click here to log in to your account or join the VIP Club - https://www.pullapart.com/vip-club
* U-Pull-&-Pay’s Indianapolis store is an independently owned and operated location. You are not able to use VIP Club benefits at this store at this time. Customers in this market are able to use their VIP Club Membership at Pull-A-Part’s store in Indianapolis.
What kind of vehicles does U-Pull-&-Pay accept?
We accept all kinds of vehicles, making it easy to sell your car for cash. Whether your car runs or not, is substantially damaged, or may not seem like it is worth much on the surface, we are interested!
Can I sell my junk car for cash without the title?
In most cases, you will need the title or proof of ownership to sell your car for cash. However, we understand you may lose your title or other pertinent information to your vehicle over time. To get a replacement title for your vehicle, try checking with your local DMV or government. For any questions about how you can sell your car without a title, contact your local U-Pull-&-Pay.
Can I sell my car if it doesn't run?
What happens when I sell my car?
When you sell your junk car for cash to U-Pull-&-Pay, a professional team will ensure your car is removed and processed in accordance with local safety and environmental laws. Old cars often require special care and attention. We make it easy to sell your car by bringing the tow truck to you to remove the vehicle from your property.
What are the benefits of selling my car?
When you sell your junk car, you’re choosing an environmentally friendly option for disposing of something you no longer need. While some parts of a car may break down, other parts remain in great condition. We often have original parts, making it easy for our customers to complete their own DIY repair without scouring the market for those crucial components. We also handle the process of junking your car, so you don’t have to. We will tow your car and pay you on the spot. Start your quote now!
How much is my junk car worth?
There are several factors that go into each case for selling your junk car for cash, but we’ve streamlined the process to cut out unnecessary hoops so that you can sell your car for cash quickly. Get a free, no-obligation quote today and find out how much your car is worth.
What is a "Self Serve Auto Parts Recycler"?
U-Pull-&-Pay stores display thousands of junked cars and trucks on stands, arranged in rows, and separated by manufacturer. Bring your own tools to remove the parts, drive train components or any other accessories you need to fix or improve your car.
Why should I remove my own parts?
U-Pull-&-Pay's philosophy is: since you do all the work, you enjoy all the savings. Our parts are sold at a fraction of what a dealer would charge and well below the cost of a traditional auto parts yard.
Why should I sell my car for cash?
Turn that old car you have laying around into cash in your pocket. Not only does this help you out, but it helps us as a self-serve used auto parts salvage yard. We provide a clean and safe environment to pull used auto parts at a discount price, and we buy your junk car to keep our inventory stocked. When you sell your car, you’re taking care of something that could otherwise pose a safety hazard if left unattended to rust or break down further.