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Hartford Promises To Reform Towing Policies,
Will Make Restitution Payments To Vehicle Owners

by Staff Report | Aug 30, 2009 11:20am
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Posted to: CT Watchdog

In a major victory for Connecticut consumers, the city of Hartford has agreed to drastically revise its towing policies: ending its policies that took advantage of those whose cars were stolen or whose cars broke down - bringing huge revenues to towing companies.

The city of Hartford, in a settlement that still must be approved by a federal judge, is agreeing to work with the owners of the vehicles before having their cars towed, which had required the owners or their insurance companies to pay towing and storage charges, it has been learned by Ctwatchdog.com.

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posted by: Kamora | August 30, 2009  12:06pm

Great start,
Now can we figure out how to pull Whitey’s License?

posted by: Doug | August 30, 2009  4:50pm

I think you’re talking about Whitey’s Towing, if I’m not mistaken Kamora… just to clarify.