Cars Special Instructions See Alternatives Car Donation and Dismantling: Pick-N-Pull Auto Dismantlers3927 Clark Dr., Stockton, CA 95215 | (209) 942-2109 or Hotline (800) 442-5865 Map & Directions Sims Metal America 1000 S. Aurora St.,Stockton, CA 95206| (209) 948-4000 Map & Directions Call first. Drop off only Stockton Auto Dismantling 3239 S. El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95207 | (209) 466-9531Map & DirectionsOnly European models. Universal Service Recycling3200 S. El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95206 | (209) 944-9555Map & DirectionsMust show DMV junk slip. Don't Recycle Auto Parts Auto parts need to be disposed of as scrap metal. Do not place scrap metal in recycling. Find out how to dispose of scrap metal. Scrap or Sell It If your car is damaged beyond repair, you can take it to the scrapyard. The following companies will accept scrap cars through drop-off and/or pickup programs: Sim’s Metal Management, Schnitzer Steel, CarTakeBack and Junk my Car. Alternative Ways to Recycle Wheels for Wishes Consider donating an unwanted car to Wheels for Wishes. Pick-up is free and proceeds go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Car Donation Wizard Car Donation Wizard works with a number of well-known charities to help recycle cars. They will pick up the car for free, and see that the proceeds benefit the charity you’ve selected. They accept most cars, trucks, boats and personal watercraft, RVs and motorhomes, trailers, motorcycles, and off-road vehicles. Learn more. Car Donation Foundation You can donate an unwanted vehicle to the Car Donation Foundation, who gives their proceeds to local children’s charities or veterans’ programs, such as Make-A-Wish Foundation. Pick-ups are free. Learn more about their program. Use the ARA Database The Automotive Recyclers Association has a list of companies in North America that are certified to properly recycle your car. Old cars often contain harmful liquid waste, so it’s important to hand over scrap cars to those who are well-equipped. Did You Know? Scrap Car Processing Job Creation and Automotive Recycling In the United States, the automotive recycling industry employs more than 140,000 people nationwide, bringing in about $32 billion in sales each year. About 86 percent of a whole vehicle can be recycled into new car parts or other consumer products. Find out more.