How do I donate a car in Vermont?
While the best part of donating a car in Vermont is the support you provide to the people who deliver news, music and insightful talk to your radio every single day, the second best part is how easy it is to donate:
- Fill out the donation form online or call us at 1-877-215-0227.
- Provide information about your car and yourself.
- A tow agent will contact you within 2-3 business days to arrange the vehicle pickup.
- After your car is sold, you'll be emailed a tax receipt.
It’s really that easy!
Note: If your vehicle is missing its title, you can obtain a duplicate from the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles. You can download the form at the Vermont DMV website.
What do you need to complete a car donation in Vermont?
In order to complete your Vermont car donation, you must transfer your vehicle title. On the day that your vehicle is scheduled to be picked up, you must:
Transfer the title by Printing and Signing your name on the title where it is marked “Signature(s) of Sellers).
Print and sign your name exactly as it appears printed on the front of the title.
If you do not have a title, you'll need to obtain a duplicate from the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.
What should I expect on the day of pickup?
The day of your scheduled vehicle pickup, you’ll need to provide the driver with the completed title, along with the keys. After the vehicle sells, you'll receive a vehicle donation receipt for tax purposes.
What public radio stations does the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program support in Vermont?
Through the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program, you can support Vermont Public, Vermont’s public media source for NPR and PBS programs and for locally produced, award-winning news, video and music content.
What are some good car donation resources in Vermont?
The Car Talk Vehicle donation program will provide funds to the VermontPublic Radio station of your choice.