Finding an auto salvage yard does not have to be difficult. You just have to know what you want and where to look. This is a great place to save money. Car parts have escalated in price in the last couple of years and in this day and age we really need to watch our pennies. In addition to this, you will probably have to order new car parts and you need patience for this because this takes time, which you may not have so it will definitely be worth your time heading off to a salvage yard. If you are not a natural born mechanic, then it will do you a lot of good to take someone with you who knows a lot about cars. He will be able to advise you about what to choose for your specific vehicle.

The best way to start your search is through the yellow pages or your local phone book. You could also turn to the reliable search engines and type in “auto salvage yards” in your area and you will be sure to come up with a lot of results. There are directories on the internet where you will be able to search for a location close to you.

Speak to an auto mechanic and ask for advice. The chances are that they will use a salvage yard. Ask them where they go. You have to take the time and effort to do the research. If you simply drive around you will not find what you want and at the end of the day you are probably going to come back empty handed.

Some people get confused between a salvage yard and a recycling yard. There is a similarity here, but most people find there are more advantages with going to a salvage yard. It depends on the part that you want for your car because that will often determine where you go. Cars are totally destroyed at a salvage yard and people can then retrieve what is left. This is of course at your own risk. The parts here are also less expensive. Cars at a salvage yard are not categorized or stripped. A recycled yard stocks cars and parts which are more in a reconditioned state.

You will definitely find one of these yards in your area. As long as people drive cars, they will need to be stacked somewhere once they have come to end of their life span and this is where a salvage yard will come into play. A lot of people make use of these yards, not only to find parts for their cars, but people are using metal parts in a variety of ways. Installation art comes into play as well as interesting garden art. Garage hobbyists will always be eager to find one of these yards because they won’t want to go out and buy spare parts. This is why they are very profitable and there is always someone willing to start one up in the neighborhood.



Source by Nicolas Hantge