Find an Auto Salvage facility that is close by and will do the work for you.
Try to sell it yourself or give it away. You could be liable for any damage caused by the vehicle after it leaves your possession.
Make sure all personal information has been removed from inside the vehicle, including registration documents and insurance papers. If there are any items left in the car that has sentimental value to you, take them out before handing over ownership or storage keys to someone else; otherwise, they might be lost forever!
Leave any hazardous materials in your car before giving up ownership or storage rights; these include gasoline, oil products like motor oil or transmission fluid, etc. The environment could suffer if these substances spill out onto streets or nearby bodies of water when they’re removed from vehicles during Junk Removal.
Keep the car in good running condition prior to selling/donating it. This will make it more attractive to buyers and donations and will help you avoid paying extra fees associated with getting rid of a non-functioning vehicle.
Park your car on the street or in front of homes if it’s inoperable or has the potential to become dangerous (e.g., leaking fluids).