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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 D... More »

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Finding the lot where the car is being held is the first step to recovering it. Going to the lot and paying any tow fees, storage fees and applicable fines in an accepted payment method should complete the process succes... More »

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To find a towed car, look at the red and white signs on the lot where the car was parked, notes Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. The sign should indicate the name and contact information for the towing company c... More »

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