1.  Get rid of Individual Belongings

Cars are like houses. They have a tendency to accumulate things over time. If you’ve owned your car for a long time, you might have forgotten all the items that you’ve placed in your car at one time or another. When you sell your car to sell my junk car, it’s your responsibility to take out all the personal belongings before the tow truck arrives to pick up the vehicle. It’s tempting to leave items you no longer want inside the car, but that can cause problems with the transaction. A junk car is not a dumpster, and sell my junk car can’t be expected to throw away all the stuff you’ve left in your car. It’s also much easier to overlook an important item if you don’t resolve to take everything out of the car.

You’ll never get another chance at finding everything, so look for items in out of the way places as well as in the usual spots like glove boxes and bins. Check under floor mats, above visors, and anywhere else you might have stashed important items. If you have a CD player installed in the car, take out all the disks. Don’t make the mistake of leaving things like insurance cards in the car because you don’t think you’ll need them anymore. That type of paperwork has too much personal information on it to leave it in a car that might change hands several times before it’s scrapped for good. Check for ez pass, sun glasses or garage door remotes.