Donating Your Car To Public Radio in Ohio

Donating a car to a public radio station in Ohio is an easy way to support the reliable news and entertainment programming you count on. With an estimated 4.6 million vehicles registered across Ohio, there are thousands of cars sitting around in a driveway or backyard. Your used car, truck, RV, minivan, boat or just about any other type of vehicle can be a great source of funding for your local Ohio public radio station.

What stations does the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program support in Ohio?

The Car Talk Vehicle donation program will provide funds to the Ohio Public Radio station of your choice. WCBE - 90.5 FM reaches an estimated 120,000 listeners weekly in Central Ohio through its cultural and educational programming. The funds from the sale of your WCBE car donation will go towards supporting programs you love, like Cinema Classics, Space Radio, and Ante Meridiem.

WOSU - 89.7 FM has served Central Ohio through on-air and online content, community events, and educational resources. WOSU Radio delivers classical music, NPR news, and public affairs to the Central Ohio community. With over 200,000 weekly listeners, WOSU relies on support from donors like you to produce programs such as All Sides with Ann Fisher, Snollygoster, and Small Joys with Hanif Abdurraqib.