When it comes to towing services, there are certain procedures that must be followed when dealing with vehicle impoundment. If your car is confiscated, you must present the necessary documentation, including your driver's license, vehicle identification number and proof of insurance for the car, to be released. If you don't have proof of insurance, you'll need to buy a policy before you can get your car back. You have the right to question whether your vehicle was properly towed and whether the towing and storage rates are reasonable.
In order to challenge the towing and excessive fees, you must follow a specific process and file a request for a court hearing. This must be done in a timely manner and in an appropriate district court. Examples of trailers that may be towed include those for invading private property, abandoned vehicles, illegally parking, and from a road at the request of the police or a traffic authority. For vehicles under 10,000 pounds, there is a fixed fee for all services needed to prepare the vehicle for towing.
The Michigan Attorney General's Department may use the services of special Deputy Attorneys General from time to time when unique circumstances require specialized services that are not available in the department. A non-consensual trailer is defined as any towing from a road, street, or adjacent area ordered by a law enforcement agent when the officer or law enforcement agency makes arrangements with the tower. Keep in mind that you will be charged for the towing process and any storage fees. Each authorized user of the Trailer Inquiry System must have their own individual email address in order to be assigned a username.
All towing companies are required to report privately owned trailers or embargoes to law enforcement. The tow truck driver probably took photographs or a video of your vehicle before it was towed. Towing and storage rates are normally set by an agreement between the police agency and the towing company. You can take appropriate action against the towing company if the rates or other conduct of the towing company violate an agreement between the police agency and the towing company.
Your vehicle may have been towed following the instructions of the law enforcement officer “present at the scene” if you weren't at the scene when the trailer was required. The vehicle owner is responsible for paying the standard towing fee and all other applicable fees (such as storage) before the towing company can take possession of their vehicle. If your vehicle is being towed with your consent, you can certainly tell the tow truck driver where you want the vehicle to be deposited.