When you donate a car the title must be signed over to the charity. This ensures that the charity receives the vehicle and the donor gets credit for the donation. The title should be signed in the presence of a notary public or the charity’s representative. The donor should keep a copy of the signed title for their records.
The specific language required on the title varies by state but generally the donor’s name address and driver’s license number must be included. The date of the donation should also be noted. The title should then be signed over to the charity. The charity’s name and address should be listed on the title. If the charity is selling the car the name and address of the dealership should also be included.
The donor should keep a copy of the signed title for their records. The charity should provide the donor with a receipt for the donation which should include the value of the car. The donor can use this receipt for tax purposes.
Donating a car is a great way to support a charity. It is important to make sure that the title is signed over correctly to ensure that the donation is processed smoothly.
Where do you sign a car title when you’re donating it?
You sign the car title where it says “Signature of Seller/Donor.