How Can You Drive a Free Car?

How Can You Drive a Free Car? offers a searchable database of non-profit organizations throughout the United States that offer free or low-cost cars to low-income families who need reliable transportation in order to work. offers free cars to victims of natural disaster or domestic violence, families transitioning from welfare to work, and military families. As of 2015, the organization has donated over 4500 cars to needy individuals. is an organization located in Kansas that offers cars to veterans and people with disabilities, illnesses, sudden disaster or death in the family. It has been in operation for over 20 years. offers a Wheels to Work program that provides cars to people in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont who have been referred by social service agencies in those states. They also offer the Ready To Go transportation program, which provides free rides to work and other essential activities to needy Vermont residents.

Residents of Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia and Michigan who are working at least 30 hours a week or have a verified job offer may be eligible to receive a donated car from Recipients are required to pay for taxes, tags and vehicle title and must demonstrate that they can afford the ongoing cost of car ownership.