Donate a Car in Wyoming

If you live in Wyoming and have an unloved car, truck, motorcycle, or practically any other vehicle sitting in your driveway, why not donate it to NPR? Through the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program, you can share the love by supporting your favorite local public radio station. The funds will allow dedicated broadcasters to continue delivering the radio and online content you know and love.

How difficult is it to donate a car in Wyoming?

While the best part of donating a car in Wyoming 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:

  1. Have your vehicle title ready.
  2. Follow this link to the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program or call us at 1-877-215-0227.
  3. Answer the questions about your car and yourself.
  4. Select a date and time to have your car picked up.

It’s really that easy.

Note: If your vehicle is missing its title, you can obtain a duplicate from the Wyoming Department of Transportation. You can learn more at the Wyoming DOT website.

What do you need to know when donating a vehicle in Wyoming?

You must have a clear title to your vehicle and it must be notarized. Do not sign the title until you are in the presence of a notary. If you no longer have the title, contact your DMV to receive a duplicate, or you can complete the process in-person at a Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT) location.

How should I prepare for the day of pick up?

Remove all personal items from your vehicle. You should have the keys and signed title ready upon the towing agent’s arrival.

What are some good car donation resources in Wyoming?

The Car Talk Vehicle donation program will provide funds to the WyomingPublic Radio station of your choice.