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2007-04-05 20:16:39
2007-04-05 20:16:39

It should be pretty obvious that the employer of the tow truck driver is completely responsible.


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No. It only needs valid plates if it is being parked or driven on a public road.

Yes, cars can be towed without a key, and most cars that are towed do not have keys. If a car is towed for being illegally parked, they don't get in touch with the owner of the car and ask to have the key so the car can be towed, they just tow it. The car does not have to have its engine turned on in order to tow it; the tow truck just pulls it along.

if the vehicle is parked on private property and if there is a sign saying that vehicles will be towed away you can move them.

you parked in the wrong spot and got towed lol

No, assuming you live in a state where insurance is required. A condition of being on a street, whether driving or parked is that you will have the vehicle properly registered including carrying insurance.

So call The Police immediately. And also call your dealership cause you might of gotten it repoed. Behind on your payments?

Depending on the circumstances, certainly. For example, if it is parked on my property and I don't want it there.

You will get a ticket and the vehicle will either have to be parked, towed, or impounded.

I suspect that your School, "As most do" have rules against the "hogging" of parking spaces that will subject such a parked vehicle to being towed away.

depends on the hitch and how big the vehicle being towed is

depends on how high the hitch is and how high the vehicle being towed is

Yes. You aren't parked there legally, and they have no obligation to let you leave your car there.

You can call her to come pick it up in a certain amount of time or you will have it towed away. Towing a car (even if it's family) that is parked there without permission can be legally towed.

Yep. If it is parked on the street for any period of time and the city knows the vehicle isn't registered, it can be towed and impounded at your expense. If it is a junker, let them have it. Then make them angry by reporting it stolen....LOL!

That depends on local ordinance - some may allow it. Homeowners Associations often have such rules, as well.

If the vehicle is illegally parked the police do not need your permission to tow it. The owner of private property can request a vehicle be towed if the vehicle is not authorized to park on the private property. There are other reasons in various jurisdictions for which a vehicle may be legally towed without notice to the owner.

Yes! Any vehicle has the capability of being towed. If the vehicle has 4 rolling wheels and is in neutral, it can be towed.

In most locations in the US, police can cite the owner of the parked car for illegal parking and obstruction, and in some cases it will be towed away. You should know your liability before having the vehicle removed on your own.

Check with the local police department. If you were parked on a street you can check for signs indicating what company towed your car. If you were parked in a lot you may check with the business owner of the lot to see who they have contracted to tow cars.

Since the car wasn't in motion, expired insurance shouldn't be an issue (unless your state has a specific law dealing with this - but few do). No registration on the average will cost you $250. Your car was towed because it was parked illegally. You need to pay the ticket and the tow, or say goodbye to your vehicle.

When the police find it they will leave a 72 hour citation before they have it towed.

While it may be legal in some places, in general, the answer is no, it is illegal to ride in an RV that is being towed.

other than being sufficiently strong for the task, nothing that i know of. i would worry more about not running the towed vehicle into the towing vehicle and that the towed vehicle has brake lights though.

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