Some charities choose not to re-sell the donated vehicles
they receive. These charities will still have their mechanics inspect and repair the cars. The cars will then be put to use by the charities themselves in a variety of services. Some charities use the donated vehicles to bring patients to and from doctor appointments, therapy sessions or hospitals. This helps the patients not have to worry about driving themselves, or have to find someone who can take them. This service can be used by elderly patients, children, restricted or handicapped patients, and even for people who simply can not afford their own transportation. Some charities catering to children may use the vehicle to transport children to and from hospitals, doctors, camps, or other kinds of outings supported by the charity. Other charities, like charities committed to helping animals, may use the vehicles for transporting animals to a veterinarian, new homes, or shelters. They vehicles may also be used for veterinarian services. Some charities even use the donated vehicles for their own services, such as buying and transporting supplies, or for their volunteer workers to use while working for the charity. These services also depend on the charity you donated your vehicle to and what kind of services they offer.
If you have a specific goal in mind for your donated car, you will need to talk to the charities in your area. Before donating your car, speak with charities on where your car will end up or what services it will be used for.