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Updated on July 5, 2015

Program The Air

Targeting cars of model year 1999 or earlier, The Air is a program subsidized by the government which aims to remove old cars off the road. In exchange for your clunker, you could receive up to 12 months of free transit or on other items discount.

Warning! To be eligible, your vehicle must still be in working order and must be registered for at least six months. The reason is simple; the goal of the program is to encourage drivers to remove their old vehicles from the road. If it does not roll or it is not registered, it is assumed that it already longer part of the fleet.

Kidney Car

The Kidney Foundation offers you the opportunity to make an altruistic act by getting rid of your old beater. By donating your car to the Foundation, it is committed to the tow and to ensure that it is recycled properly.

Unlike in the Clear Air, your vehicle does not need to be built before 2000 to be eligible.

To learn more, visit

Recycling Center

Several businesses in Quebec will offer you a certain amount of money for your old vehicle. After taking possession, traders will sell the parts to the highest bidder or just send the vehicle for scrap, where the metal is recycled.

We will probably give you a few hundred dollars, but it's better than nothing!

Exchange money

If you want to buy a new car to replace the one you currently have, know that your clunker you could serve as currency to reduce the price of your new vehicle.

Some dealers offer up to $ 1,000 minimum in exchange for your car, regardless of its status! Check with a seller, you might be pleasantly surprised.

Sell, simply

It is often said that the misfortune of some makes the happiness of others. Your car may suit you more, but it could very well satisfy other less fortunate or motorists who are looking for an old car through the long winter months.

If you believe that your car is still safe and that it remains a few kilometers into the belly, try your luck and try to sell it. The Websites resale make the task easy and very inexpensive.

Whatever decision you make, removing a Ride of the road is a gesture both environmental and security for both you and other road users.


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