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It would depend on what state you are in. In Florida, state law requires the repo person to call the local police department when a car has been reposessed, this is done so that they do not waste their time on a stolen vehicle report if you should call it in as stolen. The local Police might know which company repo'd the vehicle. The repo company then is supposed to contact the owner (usually in writing via snail mail) and give them 45 days in which to redeem the vehicle (normally for whatever amount you are behind plus the repo & storage charges fees) or pick up any belingings that were in the car (with a storage fee of course). By Florida Law, the tag is your property so they have to give that to you with no charge.

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