As of 2015, Pull-A-Part salvage operates 28 branches that are located throughout the eastern and southern regions of the United States, including Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Ohio. Pull-A-Part also operates branches in the states of Louisiana, Arizona, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. According to the company's website, Pull-A-Part plans to expand into the New England region, with a branch opening in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Each of Pull-A-Part's 28 locations are stated to hold approximately 2,000 cars each, with new cars added to the lots on a daily basis. The company manages its inventory by cataloging the used cars it places in the salvage lots rather than by indexing each individual part. Pull-A-Part uses this inventory methodology due to the high movement volume of each individual spare parts in its system. The company also states that cars from the same manufacturer typically uses the same internal parts even for different models and manufacturing year. Pull-A-Part's inventory is managed on a per-location basis using a cross-referencing computerized system that is updated daily to reflect existing stock.
Pull-A-Part salvage also provides a car buying service for customers looking to get rid of an existing vehicle. All of the company's locations are open every day of the week and observes only the Christmas Eve, Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays.