The cars donated are meant to help kids,and positively impact a child's life and education, but from what i found out,the so called charities behind them make their own gains as well.Well,there is nothing really wrong with that if they actually help those intended,the young ones,the future generation.The vehicles they accept varies.They just
about accept almost anything,as along as it in usable.RVs, jet skis, vans, buses,trucks, boats, trailers, motorcycle and snowmobiles are all accepted.Even if they fail emission test,they are still good to go.You also don't get charged for any pick ups,towing or transporting the vehicles.
After they receive your car,they then assess them and see what they can make from the car in terms of sales.After all the money raised is what will be used to change the lives of children they are meant for.The revenue raised will then be sent to charities they are meant for and you will then receive a tax-deductible receipt in the amount the car sold for.
Now,most of the researches i made came up with the same main points.
You receive maximum tax deduction from your donation as well as a free vacation voucher.In case you don't know what that is,a vacation voucher usually is a 2-night/3-day hotel stay voucher for 2 adults and 2 children with 50 locations to choose from. So there is quite a bit of incentive there to get you to donate.