There are several reasons why the police impound cars. The police may seize your car if they suspect you or the vehicle of committing a crime.
Release My Vehicle has the experience to assist you in retrieving your car from the police pound and getting it back on the road. Please contact us if your vehicle has been impounded due to police involvement. We are here to help you get your car released.
Impounded to Find Evidence of an Offense
If a person is arrested on suspicion of a crime, police may conduct a “search incident to arrest” to get evidence. If the person is arrested for careless driving, the vehicle may be impounded by the police.
If your vehicle disrupts public spaces, such as blocking an entrance, police have the legal authority to impound and remove it. If you park your car in a public place and it blocks traffic, your vehicle may threaten public safety (due to broken glass, leaking fluid, etc.) and be impounded.
It is taken to the police pound, where charges begin to be charged daily for its impoundment. Release My Vehicle has long-term solutions to get your vehicle back on the road.
Severe Instances of Police Impound Cars
If a driver is arrested on the road, police can impound the vehicle. It is as if they flee the scene of the incident. You may conduct a vehicle search after the car has been seized and located in the police pound for evidence purposes. A warrant is not required for this type of search.
Police have the authority to search for anything that could threaten them or the public, such as weapons or explosives.
Situations of Police Impound Cars
Release My Vehicle covers a wide range of situations in which police involvement results in the impoundment of a vehicle. They are as follows:
- Suspended, canceled, or revoked driver’s license
- Involvement in serious crimes leading to property damage or personal injury
- Careless driving
- Driving above the speed limit
- Operating a defective vehicle on the road
Get Your Car Out of the Compound And on the Road
Nobody wants to be in a situation where the police impound their vehicle. We understand the significance of your car because it allows you to go about your daily life.
Release My Vehicle provides some quick tips to help you deal with the stressful situation of having your vehicle impounded. It all simply refers to your vital documents. Without these, you may not release your car and impose additional charges while it remains in the compound.
If the police impound your vehicle, be sure to gather the following documents to have it released through us:
- Your passport or identification card
- A current driver’s license
- Vehicle registration paperwork
- Parking instructions, insurance documents
How Do You Get Your Car Back From the Police Pound?
Getting a vehicle released from a police pound can be rugged, which is why Release My Vehicle will act on your behalf and simplify a process that can cause significant stress and anxiety.
Several options, including those outlined below, are available to recover your vehicle from police impound. Here are the steps to get your car back on the road:
- The first thing we need to do is figure out which police pound your car has taken to. Your first call should be to the police. Depending on the circumstances, it may take some time for your vehicle’s information to be loaded onto the system.
- Vehicle Recovery – As previously stated, you must prove that the vehicle belongs to you, as shown below. Once you’ve gathered your documents, you’ll need an impound insurance document, which we can provide. These documents will allow you to release your vehicle without additional storage fees.
You must bring the following documents:
- Vehicle registration information
- Insurance certificate
- RMV impound insurance certificate
Time is of the essence, and the quicker you get your vehicle out of the impound and back on the road, the less you may have to pay. If the police impound your vehicle, contact Release My Vehicle, and we will immediately release it.