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We only regulate non-consent towing and recovery rates and fees.

A non-consent tow, sometimes referred to as I.P. towing (illegal parking), occurs when a property owner directs that a car parked without the owner’s authorization be removed from their private property.

A non-consent vehicle tow or removal may be performed by a police department or other city agency at accident scenes or for city violations. Cities may establish different maximum rates for their jurisdiction, and those complaints should be directed to the city agency in which the tow occurred.

 

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Broward County Consumer Protection Code: Towing
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PDF icon Towing Ordinance

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