What's the best way to dispose of an unwanted car?

I'm looking to scrap my 2005 Ford Ka as it needs too many repairs. I've been quoted around £35 for a local scrap yard to pick up and the car. However, the battery in the car is brand new and hardly been used. Is it possible to get more than £35 for the car and is the battery worth removing and selling on?

Asked on 11 October 2016 by Nisha Bailey

Answered by Honest John
Bit difficult to get more than £35 for a used battery. They're only about £50 new. What I'd do is donate it to www.giveacar.co.uk/ I once gave an old car worth about £100 to a vicar.
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