With our operations open across 22 locations in India, we are also getting ready to add 14 more locations to that number. Our sole purpose of this expansion is to bring the hassle-free vehicle recycling experience to every doorstep and help everyone contribute towards a greener future.
At CERO, we make sure that parting with your ELV is stress-free, uncomplicated and quick. This is all you need to know to begin your recycling journey:
Give us a quick rundown of your vehicle. What's the year, make, model? Let us know where it's located and how it's holding up. All these details help us give you the best offer.
We'll make you an offer straight away! Check it out, then take it or leave it. There are zero obligations. It's really as simple as answering a few questions about your vehicle and you're done.
Choose a convenient date and time for pick-up. During our visit, we'll inspect your vehicle to verify its condition and pick-up the vehicle for recycling at our facility.
We recycle commercial vehicles and fleets on a large scale with 'CERO' or 'Zero' wastage.
Sign up to donate your old vehicle for the education of underprivileged girl children. Donation of a single old vehicle from you can help sponsor the annual education of approximately 5 girl children.
Earning from your old vehicle might add to your wealth but it could do a lot more for the future of a girl child.
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