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Palomar College Public Safety Training Center Tra c Enforcement ( Domain 28, Version 4 ) Chapter 4: Vehicle Removal
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VEHICLE REMOVAL Workbook Page 4 - 1
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Storage vs. Impound A vehicle storage is the towing of the vehicle for safe keeping . The owner is normally responsible to vehicle tow charges. A vehicle impound is the towing of a vehicle for further investigation or for punitive reasons . The owner or department impounding the vehicle are responsible for the tow charges, depending on the situation.
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Vehicle Code Section 22651 ( a ) to ( n ) 22651 ( a ) - Unattended, Obstructed on Bridge or Tunnel. 22651 ( b ) - Blocking a highway. 22651 ( c ) - Stolen vehicle on highway . 22651 ( d ) - Blocking driveway. 22651 ( e ) - Blocking a fi re hydrant. 22651 ( g ) - Dr iver incapacitated (“ guts ”) . Removal Authorities Continued
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Vehicle Code Section 22651 ( a ) to ( n ) 22651 ( h )( 1 ) - Driver arrested (“ handcu ff s ”) . 22651 ( h )( 2 ) - Under 21, zero tolerance. 22651 ( i ) - Parking tickets, 5 or more. 22651 ( j ) - Illegally Parked, No Evidence of Registration.
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