3 Tips for Contesting a Non-Consent Tow

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A non-consent tow is performed without the permission of the driver. A non-consent tow commonly happens if you are parked in a way that may be a hazard to other drivers. For example, if your car is double parked or is blocking traffic after an accident, it may then be towed without your permission. If this is the case, then the tow truck driver does not need your permission before towing the car.…

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What Are Your Options For Removing A Vehicle Blocking Your Driveway?

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If you live in a cul-de-sac, or on a street with limited parking, you may sometimes encounter the frustrating situation that occurs when a neighbor’s (or visitor’s) vehicle encroaches on your lawn or creeps past the threshold of your driveway. However, when this becomes a regular occurrence and prevents you from entering or leaving through your driveway, you may begin seeing red. What are your legal (and logistical) options to remove a vehicle parked on your property without your permission?…

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Desert Driving Tips: Staying Safe On Your Vacation

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During the summer, temperatures in the desert southwest can reach highs of over 125 degrees Fahrenheit. To give you an idea of how hot that is, it’s hotter than the recommended setting for your water heater at home. It’s hot. Really hot. In other words, the desert southwest, though beautiful and rugged, is also extreme and dangerous. If you’re taking a road trip through this intense climate this summer, it’s critical that you stay safe.…

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