Staten Island, N.Y. (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
PlanetJunkCars.com, a new website launched by junk car industry veterans aims to educate consumers about the true value of their seemingly worthless junk cars.
Peter Greenblum, Founder of PlanetJunkCars and 25 year industry veteran had this to say, “Most people don’t realize how valuable their wrecked or damaged car is really worth. For example, a late model popular car like a Honda Accord that was totalled in a car accident or flooded in Hurricane sandy, could still be worth a couple thousand dollars even if it seems worthless to the owner. We launched this new website to make sure consumers know how to determine the value of their vehicle before selling it.”
Planet Junk Cars is a comprehensive database of vehicles including statistics and information about the sale of almost a million junk vehicles bought by Mr. Greenblum and his team over the last several years. The website includes the average junk price actually paid out on over 30,000 different year, makes, and model vehicles as well as an explanation of how junk car buyers arrive at a fair price to pay for junk cars. This includes the vehicles weight, average scrap metal values, an explanation about calculating repair costs and determining whether it is worthwhile to salvage the vehicle or dismantle it for parts, or send it to the auto wreckers to recycle. Once a user understands what his car is worth, he can also call PlanetJunkCars and get a guaranteed cash offer for his car through a partner network of over 400 junkyards and salvage auctions around the United States.
About Planet Junk Cars: PlanetJunkCars.com is an information portal for junk car sellers to research and understand the true and fair market value of their vehicle through historical buying data, and comprehensive stats about their car, to make sure they are better educated when trying to sell their junk car. Planet Junk Cars also acts as a broker for over 400 junk car buyers around the United States offering a consumers a one stop transparent shop for researching and selling their junk vehicles.