Welcome to Moto Scrapland

(RE.WI.RE by Tata Motors)

REcycle WIth REspect


  • We are a franchise of Rewire (a project by Tata Motors)
  • We are the first franchised scrapping plant across east UP
  • Will ensure a well calculated formula to provide best price for customers
  • We buy ELVs (End of Life Vehicles), which are automobiles older than 15 years. We scrap these vehicles to contribute towards lesser pollution, depollute all liquid discharges and then scrap each component.
  • We sell the components (e.g., metals) to producers so they can recycle these materials and take a step towards lesser carbon emission.
  • We provide an opportunity for industries like metal, plastic and rubber to purchase recycled materials from us and take a step towards a greener planet


Purchase of vehicles aged 15 years and above

Scrapping of ELV (end of life vehicle)

Purchase of Total Loss vehiles

Provide RTO deregistration certificate

About Vehicle Scrapping Policy in UP

The Vehicle Scrappage Policy is a government-funded programme to scrap old and unfit vehicles and replace them with modern and new vehicles on Indian roads. The primary goal of the policy is to create an ecosystem for phasing out unfit and polluting vehicles to achieve a lower carbon footprint in the country.

Beginning April 1, 2023, fitness testing of Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCVs) shall be conducted only through Automated Testing Stations (ATSs). For other types of Commercial Vehicles (CVs) and Private Vehicles (PVs), the fitness testing shall also be conducted through the ATS and begin on June 1, 2024.

Commercial vehicles and private vehicles older than 15 years, respectively, shall be scrapped if they fail the fitness test. If a vehicle fails the fitness test, it shall be defined as an ELV (End-of-Life Vehicle).

Some Benefits of scrapping

"Today the new scrap policy has been approved. A rebate of 50 per cent in taxes and penalties will be given for scrapping vehicles older than 15 years". the State minister said, adding that the new scrapping policy will help in controlling pollution. Get More NDTV - 11Mar 2023

The centre's vehicle scrappage policy, which was announced in early 2021, envisages that the vehicle owner will get approximately 4-6 percent dsicount of ex-showroom price on purchase of new vehicle in addition to getting discout on road-tax of upto 25 percent for personal vehicles and 15 percent for commercial vehicles.

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