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We offer free pick-up and delivery service of your operable car in the Des Moines metro area. Appointment must be scheduled online. Vehicle must be operable (no tows or jumpstarts) and payment by credit card is required. A surcharge may be added to downtown pickups for any acquired parking fees. Please allow us 2 business days from online appointment submission to vehicle pickup time.
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