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No-Cost Options for Removing Vehicles

 

James Biondich

Junk vehicles turned over to the Missoula City-County Health Department have all the fluids and other hazardous materials removed and are stored at a wrecking yard until there is enough to contract a crusher. They pick up junk vehicles in Missoula County at no cost to the owner.

SEELEY LAKE – With snow melting and spring in full swing, many people take the opportunity to do spring cleaning in their home and around their property. The Missoula City-County Health Department Junk Vehicle program and Vehicles for Charity (VFC) are two no-cost options to help get rid of unusable or unwanted vehicles.

A "junk vehicle," as defined by Montana Code Annotated (MCA) 75-10-501 as any discarded, ruined, wrecked, or dismantled motor vehicle, including component parts, which is not lawfully and validly licensed and remains inoperative or incapable of being driven. A vehicle mu...



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