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"Positive" or "negative" value of End of Life Vehicles

"Positive" or "negative" value of End of Life Vehicles

"Positive" or "negative" value of End of Life Vehicles

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What's the meaninig of "positive" or "negative" value of a End of Life Vehicle?

RE: "Positive" or "negative" value of End of Life Vehicles

You take it to the scrap yard. If they give you money for it, it's positive.

If they charge you to take it off your hands it's negative.

Specifically if it was an aluminium bodyshell that had been stripped of all plastics and with no tyres or battery then it would have a positive value.

If it was rusty old steel full of unrecyclable plastic, then it would probably be negative.

Cheers

Greg Locock

RE: "Positive" or "negative" value of End of Life Vehicles

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Than you very much, I supposed it but I would be sure about...

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