Tulsa, OK asked in Traffic Tickets for Arkansas

Q: my vehicle got towed from my property after receiving a traffic violation am I responsible for tow fees

Arrested for driving on a suspended private property sign was posted they pushed the vehicle onto the public road out of my yard to load

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing

A: I'm not getting why your vehicle was towed. And from private property. Here's the problem--you can go after the person responsible, but in the meantime your car is sitting racking up storage rates at a lot of dollars per day. I suggest you need to talk to the tow people, be very polite, explain you aren't getting why your car was towed, who asked them, if they didn't have a warrant why did they come on private property. I would have someone with you, ideally a calm, serious person. YOU SHOULD BE WELL MANNERED NO MATTER HOW OBNOXIOUS THE TOWING COMPANY PEOPLE ARE.

Ideally, once you find out this your next question is what does it cost to get this out of here? If you have a suspended licence you may not be the driver!

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