If we have towed your vehicle due to an accident, a police tow, or improper parking, we will gladly help you claim your car as quickly and inexpensively as possible. As always, there is a little paperwork involved.
Take note of these four things you will need when recovering a vehicle:
- To download a printable version of this form, click here.
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- Proof of ownership.
- Current Registration
- Title with your printed Name of the Front
- Signed-over Title with a notarized Bill of Sale for each transfer
- A current DMV printout showing you as the vehicle owner
- A dealer’s report of sale (DRS) which has not expired. New cars 30 days from date of purchase, used cars 10 days from date of purchase.
- Rental vehicles require a rental contract in your name
- Photo identification.
Acceptable Forms of Identification:
- All State and Federal Government Issued Photo Identification Cards
- Drivers license, Sheriff’s cards, INS Issued Temporary Alien Cards, INS Alien Cards, Gaming Cards, Work Cards issued by APD
- Exception, Declaration of arrest accompanied by a notice of driver license revocation.
8. A release form if your car has a hold.
9. Cash (unfortunately, we cannot accept credit cards or checks of any kind.)
If you are not the vehicle owner and want to obtain or visit the vehicle, you will need:
- A signed, dated and notarized note or letter from the vehicle owner with a vehicle description including the VIN # (VIN# is required)
- If the vehicle owner is in custody, a fully completed (in ink) signed Jail Vehicle Release Form is sufficient.