Donate a Car to WSDL
c/o Delmarva Public Media
P.O. Box 2596
Salisbury, MD 21802
WSDL 90.7 FM is a service of Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland. WSDL is now Rhythm and News, featuring a wide range of music including jazz, blues, and bluegrass, as well as BBC News and award-winning local news with Don Rush. Donate a car to WSDL 90.7 today to support their mission and continue the music you love.
Ready to start the process? Call our car donation program partners at 1-877-215-0227 or click the button below to donate online.
Your car donation supports NPR stations like WSDL, serving Princess Anne, Eden, Venton, Manokin, Oriole, Wellington, Mt Vernon, Salisbury, Pocomoke City.
Who runs this car donation program?
This program is a legacy of the public radio show Car Talk. For more than three decades, Tom and Ray Magliozzi (aka Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers) answered listeners' questions about cars, and provided laughs, comfort, and trustworthy advice to millions. While Tom passed away in 2014, Ray and the rest of the staff decided to continue this program as a way to give back to the stations that were our friends and partners for decades–and whose programs we listen to every day.
Along with our car donation partners, we're proud to work with your local public radio station and help you turn your car into more of the programs you love. And we thank you for the help you are providing to our hard-working stations!
Can I donate a vehicle other than a car?
Yes! We accept trucks, motorcycles, boats, snowmobiles, RVs and trailers on a case-by-case basis. If it's got a title, we'll try to take it. Call us at 1-877-215-0227 with questions about a vehicle you'd like to donate.
What documents do I need to donate my car?
You'll need a clear title to donate your car. If you don't have one, you'll have to apply for a duplicate title. At the time of pick up, you'll hand over the signed title to the tow driver. Instructions on how to sign your Maryland title can be found here or by calling us at 1-877-215-0227.
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