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Charities in NC:
Goodwill Industries of Northwest NC
Goodwill Industries of Southern Piedmont

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How To Donate A Car In The State of North Carolina

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Black Creek

Burlington

North Carolina state bird: Cardinal

North Carolina state flower: Dogwood

For more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Carolina

Donating a car in North Carolina is easy, fast and free. When you donate your car, pick-up is done quickly, often within one business day. You can donate a car, boat or RV in the state of  North Carolina regardless of its condition.

When you donate a car in the state of North Carolina, your car donation will allow you to claim a tax deduction through the charity’s tax classification with the IRS. Donating a car directly to charity is the best way to ensure you can claim your vehicle as a tax deduction. Besides that, donating a car directly to charity is the only way to be sure that the proceeds of the sale of your car donation go directly to the charity.

When you are ready to donate your car, boat or RV in the state of North Carolina, the quickest way to begin is to have the title.  If you do not have the title to your intended vehicle donation you can apply for a replacement title. You must apply for a replacement title prior to donating your vehicle. To obtain the necessary forms you can visit the website of the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.

When you are ready to donate your car, boat or RV, in order to properly transfer title in North Carolina  you will need to sign to the left of the title on line 2 found on the front of the title. If there is an active lien on the vehicle the lien holder must sign on the bottom right corner of the title as indicated.  North Carolina requires that the back of the title have the purchaser’s name and address, date of sale, seller’s signature and hand printed name, an odometer reading and damage disclosure. The state of North Carolina does not require titles for snowmobiles and ATVs.

For questions regarding releasing liability of your vehicle donation you can consult the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles. You may also refer to the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles website.

For information about the handling of the license plates of your vehicle donation you can refer to the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles website or telephone them at:

919-715-7000.