There are some cars that just aren't worth what it would take to get them going again. They end up in the back pasture or abandoned in a parking lot.

There is something that you can do with those cars while making a tax-deductible donation to the Salvation Army of Texas. If you have a vehicle that has been sitting in your garage for way too long, this could be a solution.

The Salvation Army has partnered with Charitable Adult Rides & Services (C.A.R.S.) to provide you with a simpler, cost-effective way for you as an individual to donate vehicles to the Salvation Army.

Get Rid Of Old Cars By Donating Them In Texas 

To get started with your vehicle donation just click on the careasy.org website. You can make a vehicle donation with many different charitable organizations, but for me it's the Salvation Army.

Donation is easy and the pick-up is at no charge to you. Donating your car skips the costs and hassles associated with selling a car.

You could drop it off of your insurance, and free up some parking spots around town. It's better to donate it than to get a low trade-in offer.

Donating Your Vehicle To A Nonprofit Feels Good 

It's a great solution to decommission any car that you are no longer using. Any and all vehicles are considered for donation.

They take cars, trucks, trailers, boats, RV's, motorcycles, campers, off-road vehicles, planes, heavy equipment, farm machinery, running or not. You will need a current and clear title to donate your vehicle.

If you don't have a vehicle to donate, and you still want to help the Salvation Army, you can DONATE here.

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