What Is Needed To Release My Car From Impound Lot?
Do you have a vehicle you need releasing from an impound tow? All Georgia Towing has written down what you will need to help you retrieve your car without any hassle.
First, to release your vehicle from a storage vehicle facility, you must pay all towing and storage fees. Fees are to be paid in cash. Calling ahead of time for the fee amount will save you time.
Second, you will need proof of ownership such as title, a current registration, notarized bill of sale, or contract papers if purchased less than 30 days before today’s date from the authorized dealer. And if you purchased the vehicle in the last 30 days from an individual, you will need a bill of sale with a title with the back completely filled out. You will need a driver’s license or State Id. If you are not the owner and pick up for the owner- notarized power of attorney, a letter from the owner allows you to pick it up. The owner’s letter must contain the year, make, model, and VIN. And the letter must also state the owner will not hold All Georgia Towing liable for releasing the vehicle. If you are picking up a car registered to more than one person, a notarized authorization letter from the other owners is required to release the vehicle. The letter must include the tag number, vehicle identification number, and the make and model of the car. And if you are repoing the vehicle you will need, a hold harmless letter, copy of a contract between lien holder and owner, copy of title, affidavit stating that the owner is in default of contract, and a form with the name of the authorized person who will pick up the vehicle with the year, make, model and VIN included.
Third, All Georgia Towing is a professional towing company that treats all customers with the respect they deserve and adhere to the highest safety standards. Keeping your car safe while towing or storing is our higest priority.