Municipal websites often have information for individuals whose cars have been towed, including contact information for the towing company or impound lot and instructions for retrieval, notes the City of Madison Police Department. The information may also be available from the local police department, explains the City of Boston. Alternatively, search for the car on a website such as CarTowed.com, which allows users to search towing information by city or state.
Boston's city website has contact information for the Boston Police Tow Line and the Boston Tow Lot, which holds cars towed for illegal parking and abandonment. The city site maintains a database users can search to find their vehicles.
In Madison, Wisconsin, car owners must call the private company that handles the city's towing, according to the Madison website. The site lists requirements owners must meet before they can get their cars out of impound.
Washington, D.C.'s website lists the city's Towing Control Dispatch Center contact information, including phone and fax numbers, email address and physical address. Individuals must call the dispatch center for instructions.
CarTowed.com offers a database of tow information for a number of cities and states. The information for Dallas, for example, lists contact information for the city police department, the police department's auto pound and the municipal court. It also explains the process of retrieving a towed car and offers links to consumer information.