This is where cars goes to die, according to Popular Mechanics. See it in action after the break.

The car emits high-pitched rending noises and then — pop! — the windshield blows. And — pop! pop! — the headlights explode. In a matter of seconds, the sedan is less than 2 ft. tall, and the crusher yawns to accept another rust-bitten victim. It’s all part of a highly efficient salvage industry that ensures that, after death, your car is reduced to its basic elements and reborn — to be used over and over again

This is where cars goes to die, according to Popular Mechanics. See it in action after the break.

The car emits high-pitched rending noises and then — pop! — the windshield blows. And — pop! pop! — the headlights explode. In a matter of seconds, the sedan is less than 2 ft. tall, and the crusher yawns to accept another rust-bitten victim. It’s all part of a highly efficient salvage industry that ensures that, after death, your car is reduced to its basic elements and reborn — to be used over and over again