At first I was not sure what to do with the abandoned cars on this lot. This piece of land seems to have been used as an unofficial junk yard by the local people and so when they had some junk that they did not want they would dump it there. With a fridge it might make a bit of sense I suppose, but you just have to call one of those places that advertise we buy cars in San Diego in you have a junk car. Obviously they are going to want to turn a profit off the car, but they will give you something based on the weight of the car. It depends upon how much metal is in the car, so if you have a really heavy car it is worth more than a really light one. It seems like it should matter how much aluminum is in the car, which is a lot more in the modern cars than it is in the older ones that were built fifteen or twenty years ago.
At any rate I wanted to make sure that I could get rid of these old cars legally. I was figuring that if you abandoned something it was no longer yours. At least this is probably the case after a certain period of time. If your car breaks down on the side of the road for example they will tow it off pretty quickly and then you have to pay to get it out of the impound lot, but it is still your car. Obviously after a time the cost of the car becomes less than what it costs to get it back though, because they really like to jack you up at those impound lots. At any rate those cars were no longer anyone’s property.