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Stop getting towed!

Some people think tow companies love to tow vehicles. Just like many professions, we have been hired by business owners to keep their parking lots available for their customers. This doesn't mean we are hunting for cars to make a quick buck. We are simply making sure that our clients private businesses are taken care of. For this, todays blog is about preventing your car from being towed which involves several measures:

  1. Obey Parking Regulations: Follow all parking signs and regulations. Pay attention to any posted signs regarding parking restrictions, such as no parking zones, street cleaning schedules, or permit requirements.

  2. Use Designated Parking Spaces: Park only in designated parking spots, whether they are on the street or in a parking lot. Avoid parking in areas marked for loading/unloading, handicapped parking without proper permits, or reserved spaces for specific businesses.

  3. Pay Parking Fees: If parking in a paid parking area, make sure to pay the required fees and display any parking permits or receipts as necessary.

  4. Keep an Eye on Time Limits: Be mindful of time limits for parking in certain areas. Set reminders if needed to avoid overstaying your allotted time.

  5. Maintain Valid Registration and Inspection: Ensure that your car's registration and inspection are up to date to avoid being towed for expired documentation.

  6. Avoid Blocking Driveways or Fire Lanes: Never park in front of driveways, fire hydrants, or in fire lanes. Emergency access needs to be clear at all times.

  7. Secure Your Vehicle: Lock your car and take your keys with you. Leaving your vehicle unlocked or with the keys inside can make it an easy target for theft or towing.

  8. Communicate with Property Owners: If parking on private property, make sure you have permission from the property owner or manager to park there. If you're unsure, it's best to ask.

  9. Check for Temporary Parking Restrictions: Be aware of any temporary parking restrictions due to events, construction, or other activities in the area.

  10. Monitor Parking Enforcement: Stay informed about local parking enforcement practices and any changes in regulations that may affect where you can park.

By following these guidelines and staying aware of your surroundings, you can reduce the risk of having your car towed. Have a great day!



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