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Old 06-10-2009, 12:50 AM   #1
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Vehicles left at the side of the Hwy.

How long are vehicles allowed to be left on the side of the road before they are towed?I can see giving a car owner a reasonable time to seek repairs ,but there has been a car on the side of Inland Hwy for over a week now and it struck me as odd its hasn't been towed yet.
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you should take the plates down and call a non-emergency number..maybe its stolen...but since its on the island some stoner probably forgot his car there...dude wheres my car??
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How long are vehicles allowed to be left on the side of the road before they are towed?
If they aren't causing problems, in which case they can be moved immediately, we would mark them and then wait 72 hours before notifying the road maintenance contractor to do what they wanted to.
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Well there is a green Sunfire between Parksville and Qualicum (heading North) thats been there since last Monday or Tuesday (June 1st,or 2nd).
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