When you first get a car, you always know that somewhere down the line, you will have to get a new one; but in time, because we tend to think in the now, you forget all about that – until that time is upon you. Your Bentley for so long as provided you with so many memories and its not surprising, even a second hand Bentley is still a Bentley in most people’s eyes.
Bentley is a British engineering giant in the world of car manufacturing and with good reason. Often favoured by royals and dignitaries for their opulence on the inside and classic look of effortless cool and grace on the outside. Bentley’s are popular for a reason.
All good things come to an end, eventually, especially when it comes to cars. Now, it might be inconceivable for many reading that scrapping a Bentley would ever be the only option open to someone. However, what if your financial situation or employment situation changes dramatically and you can longer pay for your extravagant car, or the maintenance that goes along with it.
You could sell it, of course you could. That being said though, if it already has a many miles on the clock, and has seen better days, will it really be worth it? That is something you have to think about. We all wish that selling a car would be as easy as pie, but the truth is it can sometimes be a living nightmare. Particularly if you brave the second hand car market. You have to deal with all manner of people, from time wasters to people who are looking to get as much from you as they possibly can to ridiculously pernickety individuals who will look over your vehicle with a beady eye for any and all issues (not that we blame them, because that’s exactly what we would do in their position, but when you are just looking for a quick sale – it can be incredibly frustrating say the least).
Perhaps you think it might be a good idea to invest some money into ‘fixing it up’, if your Bentley is in not in great condition. However, this is only an option if you have enough money to spend on parts and the specialists who know exactly what they are doing that will do a sterling job. Is it really worth all that hassle, when you may not even get a worthy price for all that you put into it in the end?
Another option, and this is going to shock a lot of people, because a) it’s a Bentley we are talking about here and b) most people don’t have very positive opinions about car scrappers. But, having your car scrapped fro money by a reputable company like Rhino Car Scraps might actually be your best option.
Gone are the days, you see, of having to drive around shady looking scrapyards on the edge of town, where you just get that horrible feeling in the pit of your stomach that you are going to be ripped off. Car scrappers now have to fall in line with a lot of regulations, that ensure your car is going where they say it is going and they have been properly vetted for this type of business. What’s more, it is now as easy as logging onto a website and making a few arrangements. Companies like Rhino Car Scraps will even come and take your Bentley away from the location you give them, and that pick-up charge is for free – within reason.