Alabama Car Donation Information
Turn your unused, unwanted vehicles into vehicles of change. We provide a practical alternative to selling vehicles such as cars, trucks, vans, RVs, and boats by facilitating car donation in Alabama. We work with thousands of donors and non-profit organizations every year, raising millions of dollars in funding for charities across the nation.
If you are a resident of Alabama and planning to put your vehicle up for sale or scrap it for parts, consider donating to a local charity instead. You can make a difference within your local community by contributing through a process that is free, convenient, and rewarding.
Hassle-Free Donation Process
Our donation process is simple, fast, and secure. We offer a free pick up of your donation within Birmingham to Montgomery in one or two business days.
We will handle all of the paperwork; all you need is a signed title for your passenger vehicle, motorcycle, moped, or trailer from 1975 and newer. You can donate all other vehicle types, junked or otherwise, without a title. Learn more at the Alabama Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division website.
Once your vehicle arrives at the local donation center, we will begin processing its sale, the proceeds of which will go to the charity you have chosen. Generally, the non-profit organizations receive 70 percent or more of the vehicle’s sale price, with the rest allotted to towing, auction, and advertising expenses.
A receipt will be mailed to donors about five days after we pick up your vehicle. Itemize your tax return and you will be able to deduct your donated vehicle’s sale value (or the fair market value up to $500) using that receipt. Call us at 1-800-237-5714 for more information. Donors receive a free vacation certificate!
Join the nation’s largest, most trusted car donation network today, and make a difference in the Yellowhammer State that will last for years to come.
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