Where do you pick up car
donations in California?
We pick up car donations throughout the state of California,
Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Bay Area,
Sacramento, Ontario, Santa Barbara, Stockton, Bakersfield, Long
Beach, Monterey, Orange County
Is my car donation made in
California tax deductible?
Vehicles donated on this site
will benefit Family
Lifelines, a California non-profit Christian Ministry
classified with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization
and are tax deductible.
What paperwork do I need to
donate my vehicle in California?
For quickest processing we need
the title to your vehicle. But if you have misplaced the pink
slip you can
form REG 227 from the California DMV Website and pick up
form REG 262 from your local DMV. All you need to do is sign
them as the seller and present them along with your car to the
towing agent who comes to pick up your vehicle.
Please leave the license plates
on your California vehicle, as the plates stay with the vehicles
For more details please visit the
California DMV web site before donating at
How do I release the liability
of my donated vehicle in California?
The release of liability form is
attached to your title in most cases, but you can also download
California release of liability form if needed. Please
contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles with any
questions you have about how to release the liability of your
donated vehicle or refer to the California DMV web site:
California Motor Vehicle
What types of vehicles require a
title in California?
The following types of vehicles
require a title in California: Snowmobiles, ATVs, Manufactured
Homes, and boats. If you lost your title use either: Reg Form
262, or Reg Form 227.
Where do I sign the title before
donating my car in California?
California Title Sample
Release ownership by signing on
line one of the title. If the vehicle is, or was financed, the
lien holder's name appears in the legal owner section and their
release with counter signature is required on line two.
California travel guides and