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How Does Private Property Towing Work?

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When a vehicle is parked on private property without the owner's permission, it is considered to be trespassing. The property owner has the right to have the vehicle towed away at the vehicle owner's expense.

There are some specific laws that govern private property tows in most states. For example, in California, the law requires that signs be posted informing drivers that they are parking on private property and that their vehicles may be towed if they do not have permission from the property owner.

Most states also require that the tow company contact the police before taking any action. This is to ensure that the tow is legal and that the vehicle is not stolen.

Once the police have been notified, the tow truck will arrive and hook up the vehicle. The driver will then take the vehicle to the tow yard.

At the tow yard, the vehicle will be stored until the owner comes to retrieve it. The owner will be responsible for paying the tow fee, as well as any storage fees that may have accrued.

If the vehicle is not claimed within a certain period of time, it may be auctioned off or sold to pay for the tow and storage fees.

Private property towing can be a stressful experience, but it is important to remember that it is legal in most cases. If you are ever in doubt about whether or not your vehicle may be towed, you should contact your local police department or a tow company for more information.

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