If the police have ordered us to impound your vehicle, it is essentially in “car jail”.  Without written permission, you will not even be allowed to enter the car to retrieve personal belongings.  Northfield Township Police require you to obtain a release form before picking up your car.  In most other cases, you may come to our office with proof of insurance, registration, and a valid driver’s license.  In certain cases, you might have to speak with an officer or investigator before the vehicle will be released.  Once the fees are paid, the vehicle will be released.  Call our office for the specific details of your case. 
Police Impounds
(734) 449-4484
  We understand that not everybody carries collision coverage on their vehicle, or that an old car with a blown motor may not be worth much.  If this is your predicatment, give our office a call.  We can explain to you the available options for disposing of your vehicle and paying the tow bill.        
I don’t think my car is worth retrieving from your lot.  What can I do?
Click on a patch to link to that agency’s web page
The police had my vehicle impounded, how do I get it back?
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