Frequently Asked Questions - Normal Police Department
Towing firms licensed by the Town of Normal may tow off of private and public property in compliance with Town Ordinance. Maximum towing fee is $50.00 plus storage after 24 hours. After hours release fees may also be applicable. If you get to your car before the vehicle is removed from the lot or roadway, you may prevent the tow by paying the tow operator the one-half the towing fee. This amount will normally be $25.00.
FAQ'S of Jersey City
If it's been towed from the City's streets, contact the local police precinct. They will tell you who towed your vehicle and where it is now.
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There are different circumstances for which a car may be towed. You will be required to pay a fee to the City of Los Altos, as well as to the tow company involved. Under certain conditions you may not be eligible to obtain a release for the vehicle for 30 days. Contact the Police Department, 24 hours a day, at (650) 947-2770 to obtain specific information. Please be prepared to provide a case number if possible.
WCSU - Parking / Shuttle Frequently Asked Questions
If you believe your vehicle was towed, please call the University Police Department at (203) 837-9300. The officers will have a list of those vehicles that were towed and will provide contact information for the tow company.
Albany Parking Authority - FAQ
Booting and towing are Albany Police Department enforcement responsibilities. You can call the phone number on the Booting Notice. If your car is towed, call 458-5620.
You need to contact the towing company that towed your vehicle. If you do not know who towed your vehicle and you believe the Sparks Police were involved in the towing of your vehicle, call the Sparks Police Department at 353-2428.
Frequently Asked Questions
Pay the $20 impound fee, after which you will be given a release. (Note: The $20 fee does not cover the fee that the wrecker charges, nor does it include fines or citations.)
Harlan Police Department
If your vehicle has been impounded you may contact the dispatcher on duty for additional information at (606) 573-1121.
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If you will be late in returning the car call Community Car immediately so we can make arrangements for the next reservee. Please get the car from the appropriate lot immediately and pay the associated fine. Again, parking and traffic violations that are incurred while you have use of a car are your responsibility.
TOW MY CAR to TOW YARD - Tow Cars for Free
In most cases, a receipt stating that your vehicle was removed by Towing4Tots is given at the time of pick up. The tax-deductible receipt, however, will be mailed to your home address within 2 weeks of pickup. When the tower assigned to pick up your vehicle contacts you to schedule tow services, you may ask for a receipt to be given to you at the time of removal just to ensure that you get one.
City of Houston > Parking Management
Answer: You may contest a tow by visiting the Harris County JP Central Case Processing Unit, 1201 Franklin 7th floor, Houston, 77002 or calling 713.755.2861. Additional information available at www.jp.hctx.net/tow/TowHearings.pdf.
Street Sweeping Frequently Asked Questions
If you discover your car is missing after the street sweeping operation, call the Minneapolis Impound Lot at (612) 673-5777 with your vehicle’s license plate number and last location where your vehicle was parked. If your car was towed, visit the Minneapolis Impound Lot for their address and hours of operation. You will need to bring documents to prove the ownership of the vehicle. In addition to towing and storage charges, you will receive a parking ticket.