The Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service has the largest recruit class in its history and not enough vehicles to train it with, according to an announcement today.

MCFRS uses the vehicles to teach recruits and fire fighters how to respond to car collisions, which result in more than 600 fatalities a year throughout Maryland. So it’s asking for residents to consider donating old cars, tax deductible up to the Kelley Blue Book value. MCFRS can provide towing to its Public Service Training Academy in Rockville for free.

For more information or if you’re interested in donating, contact the Public Service Training Academy at 301-279-1834. Make sure to have a clear title on the car if you donate.

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