Lansing Junk Cars for Cash

1900 W Willow St
Lansing, MI 48917

(517) 376-4800
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Getting rid of a junk vehicle is easy when you call GLR. We buy junk cars and trucks in Lansing, Michigan area no matter what condition they are in. We offer guaranteed pricing, free towing on request, and we’ll pay you cash on the spot.

If you’ve ever tried to sell a car yourself, then you know what a hassle it can be. Sure, you might get lucky and find a great buyer. But, more often than not, you’ll meet a scammer just looking for a good deal (or steal). Don’t waste your time placing ads, fielding empty promises, or waiting on appointment no-shows. Call or stop by our facility in Lansing and relieve yourself of the burden of getting rid of your junk car.

Did you know that every year, auto recycling provides enough new steel to produce millions of new vehicles! Recycling offers so many benefits. Just about 80 percent of a car can be recycled, so selling your car to an automotive aftermarket recycling center like GLR is not only great for your pocketbook, it’s also environmentally responsible. With over 27 million cars reaching the end of their useful life each year, automotive recycling is a big business.

So, why choose Great Lakes Advanced Recycling over any other recycling center? Lots of reasons. To start, we’re not in the business of scamming people. We believe in offering you a fair price for your vehicle. We compare blue book values and we’ll pay you exactly what your car is worth. We also make it convenient for you. If your vehicle isn’t running, we’ll tow it for free. All you need to get started is the title. Can’t find it? Don’t worry. We’ll tell you how to reclaim it.

GLR has nine junk car recycling facilities in Michigan. We accept both metal and cars. We utilize the latest and greatest advanced in technology to keep our prices fair and competitive. Give us a call and tell us about your junk car. Once you accept our offer, we’ll pay you cash on the spot for your Junk Car in Lansing.

About Lansing
Located mostly in Ingram County with some portions extending into Eaton County, Lansing is the capital city of Michigan. In 1847, the state constitution required that the capital be moved from Detroit to Lansing. At that time, there were less than 20 people living there. Today, it is the fifth largest city in Michigan and more than 115,000 people currently reside in Lansing. Michigan State University and Western Michigan University Cooley Law School are both located in Lansing, along with two medical schools, a veterinary school, and two nursing schools.

Helpful Resources in Lansing:

Lansing City Hall
124 W Michigan Ave
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 316-0294

Michigan State Police
333 S. Grand Ave
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 332-2521

Lansing Fire Department
120 E Shiawassee St
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 483-4200

Sparrow Hospital
1215 E Michigan Ave
Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 364-1000

Michigan State University
220 Trowbridge Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48824

Potter Park Zoo
1301 S Pennsylvania Ave, Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 483-4222