Is there a junk car sitting in your driveway, on your lawn, or on the street in front of your home? While there are a number of reasons that you may have a junk car on your property, if you keep it there too long, you can find yourself on the wrong side of local law.
You wrecked your car. Now what?
It’s a position that no one wants to be in. If you’ve wrecked your car, the vehicle could be a total loss, meaning that, even if the car can be fixed, the repairs might cost more than it is worth. Or maybe you don’t have full insurance coverage and can’t afford the work. The car could also be so old that it’s simply not worth repairing.
Whatever your situation, if there’s no salvaging your wrecked car, you might be wondering what the next steps are.