Find out what's new at U-Pull-&-Pay


To maximize your chances of securing the used auto parts you require at U-Pull-&-Pay, it's best to be prompt in extracting parts from vehicles as soon as they enter our inventory. Our self-service model is key to keeping our prices for used auto parts competitive. However, this also means availability is based on a first-come, first-serve principle. We are eager for you to find the used auto parts you're searching for at our locations. If our Inventory Search doesn't yield the vehicle you need, we offer two additional services to aid your quest.

Our first offering is the 'New In Yard' update. Each time we introduce a new vehicle to our stock, it's listed in our 'New In Yard' catalogue. By using the dropdown menus in the "Explore Recent Additions" section above, you can choose one or several U-Pull-&-Pay and Pull-A-Part sites, along with your desired time frame for the search. This feature displays all the vehicles added to your selected site(s) over the last 24 hours, 48 hours, or the previous week. After making your selections and clicking the "Show Recent Additions" button, we reveal all the new vehicles added to those sites during that period, including details like:

  • Year, make, and model of the vehicle
  • Date of the vehicle's addition to the yard
  • Specific location of the vehicle in the yard (row number)
  • Details such as the vehicle's Style, Engine, Color, Transmission, Drive Type, and Fuel Type

Alongside the 'New In Yard' updates, we also offer a complimentary notification service named 'Notify Me'. Simply specify the year, make, and model of the vehicle(s) you're interested in and the location(s) you want us to watch. We'll promptly notify you via email or text message when a matching vehicle is added to our inventory.

Each week, U-Pull-&-Pay and Pull-A-Part introduce thousands of used and junk cars for purchase and salvage into our inventory. Keeping an eye on our 'New In Yard' updates or registering for 'Notify Me' alerts ensures that you're among the first to know when a vehicle you're searching for arrives.