IF the title you have shows YOU as owner, then you are merely getting YOUR car out of impound. No repo involved, you loaned the car to a friend, PAY up and get gone.
bcuz of unpaid tickets license suspended,bought a car week ago 12/19/04 both me and my bro are on the contract he is the co-signer,he has a valid D.L. and insurance, my car was put on a 30day hold i need to get it out so i won't get charged an arm and a leg,(1,000)what could i do can my bro get the car out,or can i pay all my tickets and get my license back up to date ,and get a judge to overturn the 30day hold?im going to court tomorrow and pay all my tickets and get my car out of there.please help me !!!!
Impound will sell your car after the impound fees are higher than the value of the vehicle.
no they can not
The vehicle will likely be impounded to the police impound lot, where it will be kept under security until the impound fee is paid. The vehicle also may be searched, if the police obtain a warrant, or if state law permits.
When you have no insurance on your vehicle, you void your registration - insurance is required by law. Yes, they can impound a car from out-of-state in that instance.
Yes. It WILL cost you a pretty penny. Retreving a vehicle from impound could cost anywhere from $500 to $1500 to get it back. Good luck!
it gets damaged the authorities remove and impound the vehicle.
The easiest method is to call the impound lot in the jurisdiction where the vehicle was last located.
Any vehicle can be impounded at any time, if it is involved in a crime. The police do not need anyone's permission to impound a vehicle. However, you are entitled to at least one phone call.
Yes, if they have a court order and/or if the vehicle is listed as stolen and/or used in the commission of a crime.
No, Absoulutly not.
It all depends on the reason for the impound and the local laws regarding the reason for the impound. In Florida, a PRIVATE IMPOUND (not repossession) is to be held 50 days, not including date of impound or date of sale, if the vehicle is three years of age or less. If older than three years of age, a vehicle must be held 35 days not including date of impound or date of sale. The calendar year is used in computing age of vehicle. (Example for 2007: Vehicle year models considered three years of age or less would include 2005, 2006 or 2007 and vehicles 2004 or prior are considered more than three years years of age. Sale dates can be extended but not accelerated.