We’ve made it past Thanksgiving and junky car owners in Darbydale, Valleyview, and Upper Arlington, can now call our buyer of scrap vehicles. With the holidays rapidly approaching possessors of scrap vehicles in Brice, Flint, and Westerville should call our car buyers prior. Before the New Year arrives here in Truro, Bexley, and Madison, you can receive cash for wrecked cars. Residents with non-running vehicles in Gahanna, Franklin, and Grandview Heights, can benefit from our damaged car removal program. Our auto scrap & recycling programs help to lessen global warming & its environmental effects.
NBC News 10 WHEC delivered two stories this week regarding NY motor vehicle inspectors as follows: “This week’s power outage effecting the DMV’s inspection system appears to be up and running again. The system began to come back online after frustrations were plentiful within auto shops & for auto owners. Many of those with expiring inspections were attempting to take care of business and were told they would need to return. At My-Tee Auto, his mechanics were unable to connect to the state’s inspection system.
The system is designed so that you cannot keep doing inspections and filing them with the state later on. They had to turn away customers. There were similar headaches over at East Ave. Auto. Apparently no one was able to get any answers from the Department of Motor Vehicles. The main help line at the state was down, nobody could get through. The DMV did call back to say the inspection system is administered by a third party named Opus. Finally at 5 pm, Opus felt that the problem had been corrected. People obviously depend on them for inspections of their cars, and they (in turn) then depend state’s system for process completion. According to the auto shops, this is not the 1st instance of this happening, yet was the lengthiest the system has been down. While the DMV thinks the issues have been repaired, it may be best to call ahead to make sure everything is going smoothly again. The full article is available here.
Governor Andrew Cuomo approved a new vehicle check during yearly state inspections. The Senate passed a rule requiring auto inspection sites to verify if a vehicle’s windows are tinted beyond 70% of the outside light threshold. Cuomo gave approval to this new auto check, stating that if windows are too dark, the vehicle will now have failed an inspection.” The story is available here.
Franklin County Buyer of Scrap Vehicles
Our buyer of scrap vehicles encourages auto owners in Blendon, Blacklick, and Grove City to call us at (614) 715-5005. Car buyers throughout Jefferson, Hilliard, and Obetz, should be aware of our same-day and next-day pickup service. You can now receive cash for wrecked cars quickly in Hamilton, Reynoldsburg, and Montgomery, OH. If you have a junky car in Jackson, New Albany, or Galloway, give our office a call for fast damaged car removal. The eco-friendly manner in which we handle recycling assists in conserving key raw materials and protects various habitats.