Top 10 Reasons to Donate Your Car to Charity If you have a car you wish to get rid of, you can dispose of it in several ways. You can trade it in towards another car, you can sell it, you can junk it or you can donate car to charity. There are many good reasons why you should donate car to charity. Here are the top ten: 10. You won’t have to haggle with the car dealer about the trade in amount for your car 9. You won’t have to pay to advertise your car in the newspaper or on the web 8. You won’t have to wait at home for people to call or come over to look at it 7. You won’t have to make repairs to it to make it sellable, Cars4Charities gladly takes them as- is, running or not 6. You won’t have to pay for the junk yard to come to pick it up 5. You won’t have to pay insurance or registration fees anymore; in fact you may get some money back from them 4. You’ll get fast, free pickup. 3. You can donate car online any time at http://www.cars4charities.org/ 2. You’ll get a tax deduction of at least $500 1. You’ll support a very deserving charity Cars4Charities has a most impressive list of charities you can donate car to. That list includes . . . Continue reading: "Donate Your Car to Charity." "In all thy ways acknowledge him, And he will direct thy paths." (Proverbs 3: 6)
The True Cost of Owning Your Vehicle By Lawrence Reaves
The majority of prospective car buyers only consider the upfront cost of purchasing a new vehicle. They judge the deal based only on the amount of money they pay before driving their new car off the dealership lot. However, studies show that the initial investment can be misleading. Over the course of several years, a seemingly inexpensive automobile can end up costing far more than a higher-priced model.
Below, we'll explore the four factors that can increase the long-term cost of automotive ownership. When you eventually decide to purchase a new model, keep these factors in mind. . . . Continue reading: "True Vehicle Costs"
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