Automobile recycling is a huge market in America. However, according to the Chief Executive Officer of the Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA), Michael E. Wilson, the acquisition of salvage cars is the biggest problem that is affecting the industry. Both environmentally and economically, the industry is doing appreciable work. Approximately 95 percent of the cars that retire from use are recycled. The most valued parts of a salvage car, especially those of high output cars like the Honda Ridgeline, are engines and transmissions. These two parts alone can get a seller hundreds and thousands of dollars. Even the smaller parts like…