How do you get an impounded car back in Connecticut?
You find out where the car is at- then call them tell them your the owner (you will have to show proof of ownership and have a drivers license)
Then they will tell you how much money it will cost you to get it out- ( they charge like twenty dollars a day for storage) so then you take your money to them and drive it away!! Good Luck - I am getting ready to go get my husbands car out of impound - that's how I know- I have to take them 90.00 - fifty for the tow- and 20 dollars a day for 2 days - Oh well
well You see it all depends on what the car was Impounded for if its for a felony offense they can keep it if they want to if it is a misdemeanor offense then you need to find out where your car is and then the police precinct that impounded it will have everything you need to know. BETTER ANSWER** have someone fly it over
It's highly variable. You'll need to pay towing and storage, and depending on why the car was impounded you might have to clear that up as well. Your best bet is to call the number you were given on the notice that your car had been impounded and ask. If you haven't received notice yet (maybe you noticed the car was missing and called the police, and that's how you found out it was impounded…
If your car was loaned to someone and the person was arrested and the car was impounded Can you get the car back if you have the title?
Depending on the reason it was impounded makes a difference. I have has this experience before. They were busted for driving without insurance and my car was impounded. I had to get proof of insurace and go to the police station where it was impounded from show them my proof of insurance and then they handed me a release to get my car from impoundment. Then I had to take the release to the yard…
If my car wasn't impounded when I was arrested for a DUI can I get the charges dropped for that reason?
If your car is impounded can the towing company make you leave it for a month while it accumulates fees?
They can't make you leave it there, but if you cannot pay the bill to get the car released, they indeed do not have to release it back to your possession. In that case, yes, they will keep it impounded, and you will be charged a storage fee (usually accumulating daily interest) which must be paid before your car is returned to you.