For a moment we thought we'd lost the registration for the Old Car, which would complicate the process, but it has been found. I called the donation people yesterday and was supposed to hear from the towing company, but got nothing until today when I decided to be the squeaky wheel and call again. Hopefully Old Car will be towed away and gone by this time tomorrow. I really wanted to expedite the process because I'd like to go visit the family over the weekend without worrying that the apartment office somehow discovered Old Car was dead in the water and towed it away for lease violation.
There was only one chore remaining, and that was to remove the semi-permanent Ft. Meade registration stickers. Obviously it would be a breach of security to have them roll off the lot with the car. I remembered removing them from my car with a small razor blade without much trouble. As it is the last minute, I ran outside to take care of this after confirming pickup with the tow company.
It's raining today, and rather cold. And because Old Car still had out-of-state plates, the stickers were in a different place. My stickers were in the bottom right-hand corner of the windshield. Old Car's stickers were dead center on the TOP of the windshield.
I'm sure it was vaguely humorous to watch me crawl all over a slimy wet car trying to reach those stickers with my tiny razor blade. Thanks to a small miracle, I managed to get the identifying number and expiration dates off, but I plan on asking the tow truck guy if he has a sticker scraper to get the rest.