Markham AKR Towing & Scrap Car Removal
Markham is a city located in the York Region. It is 30 km from Downtown Toronto. Business services have the largest number of workers in Markham. Also, the city has over 1,000 life-sciences companies and with IBM as the city’s largest employer. The population of Markham is around 328,940. Accidents are prone to happen. AKR Towing will be there to help when it happens.
One way we like to help those who live around here is to provide a way to make additional cash by trading in a junk car, SUV, or truck that is doing nothing more than taking up space or taking up your cash from one repair after the next. The winters in Toronto are not nice to our cars. And the more we let them sit around, the more they lose their value. At AKR Towing & Scrap Car Removal, we provide a fair and honest quote for your vehicle, and if you decide to trade your vehicle for cash with us, we will give you the cash immediately, on-the-spot.
Not only do we provide you with the best price for your vehicle, but we also come to you and tow it away for free. That’s one less thing for you to worry about; one less reason to contend with Toronto traffic. We recycle all types of junk cars, SUVs, and trucks regardless of age, model, make, or condition. No matter what, your vehicle has value.
We are not flashy or fancy. Also, we keep the process simple and honest, and we operate with the highest level of integrity so that you get the most money for your vehicle upfront. AKR Towing is among the most respected auto salvage companies in the country because our customer service, including free towing for your vehicle, cannot be beaten.
About Markham, Ontario:
Markham has a strong diverse population as 72% of its population are visible minorities. Markham has many busy roads such as 16th avenue, Major MacKenzie Drive and Steeles Avenue. Some of the major highways also pass through it including Highway 404, Highway 407. Markham also has several shopping malls including King Square Shopping Mall, CF Markville and Pacific Mall.
Markham got its name from the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, John Graves Simcoe , who named the area after his friend, William Markham, the Archbishop of York from 1776 to 1807. Since the 1970s, Markham has rapidly shifted from being an agricultural community to an industrialized municipality as Toronto has increased in population.
Markham is also known for its business services. The labour force in Markham is very strong as it has over 1000 life-science and technology companies located within the city. Some companies also have their Canadian headquarters in Markham such as Honda Canada, Hyundai, Johnson & Johnson, Oracle, IBM, Toyota Financial Services and Scholastic Canada.