In some cities there are municipal laws on the subject, where parking on public roads for more than five days is considered prohibited. Fortunately, this was not the case with our hypothetical car, which still needs some bureaucratic action, but essential to avoid posthumous problems. When you think that I should junk my car for cash then the options are open now.
Record low and break up
For this, it was necessary to initiate an administrative process to write down the vehicle document. To do this, you need to bring vehicle and owner documents to the local Detran. This process should only be done in three situations: unrecoverable vehicle, total loss in claim and sale or auction as scrap.
Nothing is shown and all vehicle debts paid so that there was no tax or legal backlog in relation to the registration that would be eliminated. Failure to perform this procedure with the Detran carries a fine of $ 127.69 and five points in the owner’s CNH, provided for in the Traffic Code. A fee of $ 45.29 is paid. After that, the car was sent to be discarded in regulated logging, a sad end indeed, but done right.
Very low disposal and recycling
The above example is just one of many that happen in this country. Previously, there was no regulation on the disposal of vehicles in this country, but from 2014, the so-called Law of Dismantling, which aimed to regulate this previously informal market, was sanctioned. The state also created a law to regulate and oversee the sale of parts, as well as certifying local cuttings.
With regulations on the sale of used parts from discarded vehicles, a movement has started to look for new business in the sector, so much so that two well-known insurers in the market have set up companies dedicated to vehicle recycling and second-hand parts marketing, something that until then unthinkable in the country scenario.
According to companies in the industry, 95% of a car can be recycled. The insurers involved have already recycled thousands of vehicles in a short time and are growing in this new business. However, despite this, it is estimated that regulated vehicle disposal in this country represents only 1.5% of the fleet, which today is 52 million vehicles. The rate is very low compared to the US and Japan, where 80% of cars are scrapped and their parts reused.
Recycling has become a good business after regulation because it prohibits illegal trade, inhibits car theft for this purpose and gives consumers the security of being able to buy a used part legally and cheaply. It also helps to reduce environmental pollution with soil and atmosphere contamination, as well as the accumulation of dirt, which can lead to public health problems. Regulated logging also needs to fulfill such obligations.
Some national companies have also decided on their own to encourage safe disposal and recycling, such as a tired network that has already recycled over 4 million tires, as well as promoting actions that reused 700,000 tires, 500,000 batteries and 1 million suspension parts. Despite this, the 1.5% volume of the fleet indicates that this country is still far behind in safe car disposal and parts recycling.