Auto Dismantler and Recycling

Industry Info/Tips

Leave Auto Dismantling to the Pros!

Airbags can eject with ferocious force – they have to, to protect drivers and passengers subjected to sudden collisions. When dismantle your car, you could inadvertently deploy an airbag right in your face and seriously hurt yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

Run-Flat Tires: The Safest Choice for Roadside Changes?

There is nothing more exasperating than pulling over on a busy highway and discovering that one of your tires has blown out. Most Bay Area drivers don’t know the first thing about how to change a flat tire or deal with a tire blowout. To that end, many people are turning to new kind of device to help drivers get through flat tire emergencies. This is called a run-flat tire. Read the rest of this entry »

How Do You Know When Your Used Auto Parts Are Safe?

-As the old Michelin ad goes, “So much is riding on your tires.”

The same thing could be said of your brakes, chassis, engine, and practically every other automotive component. If an auto part malfunctions, misfires, breaks down, corrodes, or otherwise fails to perform according to spec, the price you pay could be enormous. But how do you know which auto parts provide effective protection against road hazards? Read the rest of this entry »

Why and When Should You Recycle Your Vehicle

You might have been researching “cash for cars” programs. Or maybe you’re simply just exhausted with the quality of your current car and you want to get rid of it in a way that maximizes your profits and minimizes your hassles. Whatever your concerns, the customer-focused, effective, and helpful experts at Rock & Roll Auto Recycling can help you get paid handsomely for your vehicle and recycle it in the process (thus protecting the environment). Read the rest of this entry »

SCADA: Why Trust a SCADA Member for Your Auto Recycling

The State of California Auto Dismantlers Association, also known as SCADA, was founded over 50 years ago to license auto dismantlers, educate them, and help consumers. Currently, SCADA has 200 members. Why is membership in this trade association so vital? Whether you're purchasing a used auto part, trying to restore a broken component, or simply searching for a trustworthy, reputable company to consult regarding your auto problems, you should care about SCADA “bona fides.” Read the rest of this entry »