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Salvage Yards in Georgia

Got a part that you can’t find? Georgia-junkyards.com can help. Instead of looking up numbers for salvage yards yourself, Georgia-junkyards is like a one stop shop. You just utilize our database to find a salvage yard near you. Our data base shows salvage yards all across the state of Georgia and in most instances, neighboring states, as well. You will find most of the salvage yards for the state of Georgia listed here, making it easy to locate one near you. Today, its more important than ever that consumers find more inexpensive ways to repair their vehicles. In addition, buying new parts from a dealership can be outrageously expensive and many people just cannot afford to pay the prices that dealerships ask for new parts. That’s where Georgia-junkyards.com comes in. We can put you in touch with the right people who have the right part for your vehicle at a price that you can live with.

All cars run on used parts, so it only makes sense to repair your car with them. Just because a vehicle has been salvaged does not mean that many of its parts are not still in great condition. Salvage yards remove those quality parts and resell them to consumers who need them, at a substantially lower price than it would cost to buy that same part new at the dealership. We can all use that savings in these tough economic times. So whether it’s something as small as a cracked taillight or an entire engine that you need to replace, rest assured you have come to the right place.

Here a few things to keep in mind when shopping for that quality used part:

Be sure you have the correct year, make and model of your car on hand. This insures that the salesperson can quickly look up your part.

Find out what their return policy is. Ask how many days you have to return the part after you receive it.

Ask if the part is still on the vehicle or was it removed when the car was received and then stored. This lets you know if the part has been subjected to the elements for any length of time.

When ordering engines and transmissions, it’s always a good idea to ask if a car fax can be provided


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