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ScrapACar launches new website


One of the UK’s largest used parts dealers has redeveloped and relaunched their online instant quoting site

The Hills Group, a Skelmersdale based vehicle dismantling & recycling facility, are happy to release the new re-design of their Scrap My Car business. The Hills Group are one of the UK’s leading vehicle processing facilities in which used parts are removed from the insurance written-off vehicle and sold on major eCommerce platforms such as eBay where they boast over 70,000 parts.

With over 5,000 vehicles on-site and thousands upon thousands of vehicles processed every year, Hills are thrilled to announce their new re-design.

“Our old website was beginning to look slightly outdated so we decided to give it a complete upgrade. The new UI for the website makes it incredibly simple for users to enter their details to receive a quote, with many more major tweaks being worked on in the background.”  – Luke Horrocks (Marketing Analyst)

The new site reflects their vision and expansion of the company, to be up to date with current web designing trends to further help them reach out to a wider audience base. Hills currently collect End-Of-Life vehicles from all over the country with plans for further expansion to come later in 2022 and in 2023. From entering their vehicle registration and post code a user can get an instant quote for their old car, from there it’s simply just waiting to be contacted by the ScrapaCar team to organise a collection of your vehicle.

For more details or to take a look at the new website, visit: www.scrapacar.co.uk


About The Hills Group

The Hills Group first started as a bodyshop with a garage forecourt over 60 years ago and has grown to a UK based salvage company, with salvage operations based in Skelmersdale, Gloucestershire, and Dumfries. Hills have cemented themselves as an industry leader through massive investments in their infrastructure over the years to now where they are processing thousands of vehicles through their sites yearly.

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