About McIvor Vehicle Dismantlers

McIvors Vehicle Dismantlers is a family run vehicle dismantling facility, end of life treatment centre and used car parts distributer. McIvor Vehicle dismantlers have been in business for almost 20 years delivering the finest quality used car parts We an approved vehicle dismantler and disposal centre. McIvor Vehicle breakers sell car parts for all makes and models.

McIvor Vehicle breakers are specialist Peugeot and Citroen Vehicle Dismantlers. Our specialist knowledge of these popular makes means we are on had to help with useful information about the parts you need. Simply get in touch. We have a large stock of vehicles currently being dismantled. From a wheel nut to a bonnet, an engine to an interior, McIvor Vehicle breakers can fulfil your needs.

Our experienced team can not only source the correct part for you but we also offer a fitting service at our in house garage facility we can install any used car part purchased from us. We have a list of approved fitting partners who can install you components in your local area. With over 20 years of experience, we are a fully licensed vehicle dismantling company who pride ourselves on delivering a professional and reliable service. We offer a range of car dismantling services, this includes:

MOT failure pick up Untaxed pick up Abandoned pick up Recovery service Free disposal Cash for cars Delivery of used car parts authorised treatment facility

McIvor Vehicle breakers are proud to be an authorised treatment facility (ATF). This means that McIvor Vehicle breakers are permitted to accept waste motor vehicles, and are able to comply with the requirements of the End of Life Vehicle (ELV) and Environmental Permitting regulations. This accreditation helps McIvor Vehicle breakers maintain standards, and makes compliance easier and quicker, saving time and money, while protecting the environment.

All undepolluted end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) are classed as hazardous waste and must have a consignment note to be moved. The only exception to this is for private vehicles being taken directly from a household to an authorised treatment facility (ATF), or other site. The vehicle is still classed as hazardous waste but a consignment note is not required for this initial movement.

Any premise that handles over 500kg of hazardous waste in a 12 month period must be registered as a producer of hazardous waste. Undepolluted ELVs, as well as oil, car batteries, fluorescent tubes and any other hazardous waste from any source will count towards this threshold. Vehicles accepted under the Government's scrappage scheme always become classed as waste when they enter the scheme