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Oh joy: Baltimore has a new website to find out if you got towed

Find My Tow also has info about how much money you're going to have to pay.

If only it were this quaint. (Photo by Flickr user s5670, used under a Creative Commons license)

When a car isn’t where you left it, there’s usually a series of steps — involving confusion, panic and anger. Then you have to find out where it is.
The Baltimore Department of Transportation on Monday launched Find My Tow, which has info about where a car was towed, and how much it’s going to cost to get it back. It’s pretty basic.
Find My Tow
The site requires vehicle owners to enter a license number and the state where the vehicle is registered. Then owners can find out whether it was towed. It also has info about associated fees, and a fee calculator so you know what you owe.
If your car got towed, you’ll probably still be mad. But at least you’ll know where it is. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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