Commercial:Auto Salvage / Scrap Metals

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Automobile and truck dismantlers salvage parts from vehicles that are no longer usable, such as vehicles involved in accidents. These parts can be sold directly to consumers, to retailers or wholesalers. Some dismantlers have metal crushing devices that will compact the vehicle once enough parts have been removed so the remaining metal can be salvaged and sold as scrap. A major concern of the dismantler is in obtaining and recording the proper titles and transfers of the vehicles being dismantled to assure that all legalities are met and no fraud or theft is involved. Dismantlers often have towing exposures as they may pick up the vehicle to be dismantled. They may also offer towing services to other repair operations or to auto clubs or government entities.



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