Claiming an Impounded Vehicle
Find impounded vehicle
The following documentation is required to obtain release of an impounded
- Vehicle Title
- Current Vehicle
- Driver’s License
- State Issued ID *
Vehicles may be
released to the vehicle owner or a relative with the same last name. Owners who
wish to authorize a person (other than a relative) to obtain a vehicle release
must complete a Notarized Authorization of Release form and provide
proof of ownership documentation.
- Owners who
present a vehicle title without providing a current vehicle registration will
be required to have the vehicle towed from the impound lot.
- Owners who
present a state issued ID must have a licensed driver to drive a vehicle out of
the impound lot or the vehicle must be towed.
Lienholders must complete a Notarized Hold Harmless form and a Hold
Harmless Letter listing the company or authorized person who can obtain a
vehicle release. Company agents,
employees or authorized individuals must present a driver’s license and proof
of employment from their employer to obtain a vehicle release.
Insurance Companies / Salvage Companies:
must complete a Notarized Authorization of Release form authorizing
their insurance company to obtain a vehicle release. Proof of ownership must be
presented by the insurance company or agent at the time of vehicle release.
Salvage or towing companies must have a notarized letter of authorization to
pick up a vehicle on behalf of an insurance company. Insurance agents, salvage
or towing companies must show proof of employment from their employer to obtain
a vehicle release.
Payment of all
impoundment fees and all current and outstanding parking tickets is required
before a vehicle release is authorized. Payment can be made with Cash,
Discover, Visa or MasterCard credit and debit cards.
information, please call 844-565-1295.