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Bradley Brakers: On hand for scrapping and parts

By Monday, 04 August 2014 21:17 0

BRADLEY BRAKERS, situated on the Industrial Estate in Los Montesinos, has been established in Spain for more than 10 years, for all your vehicle scrapping, recovery and secondhand part requirements.

The company specialises in scrapping vehicles from all countries. Once the vehicle has been scrapped all the necessary legal documents are issued including the ‘baja’ and certificate of destruction, which normally takes around 30 working days to complete so you know your car has been disposed of correctly and there will be no more Suma bills to pay.

As well as secure vehicle scrapping, they also sell secondhand parts from complete engines, gearboxes, starter motors and alternators to head-lights, wing mirrors and smaller parts.

Bradley Brakers are a friendly team that have three recovery vehicles constantly on the roads and are also able to offer a full breakdown pick-up service. The team speak various languages, Spanish, English, French, Portugese and German and travel from Murcia in the south through to Javea and Denia in the north to collect any vehicle.

Bradley Brakers also buy and sell second- hand cars. Give them all call to see what they have available. Rental cars are available for hire from just €10 a day.

Open Monday to Friday 9am-2pm and from 3.30-7.30pm, and Saturdays 9am-2pm. Closed national and bank holidays.

 

Bradley Brakers

Industrial Estate

Los Montesinos

Tel: 966 720 880 or 607 848 332

Whatsapp 619 986 934

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