NEW JERSEY

NEW JERSEY PUBLIC AGENCY IMPOUND SERVICE MANAGEMENT

New Jersey Public Agency Unclaimed / Abandoned Impound Management

Many police departments and/or agencies in New Jersey are not following N.J. Stat. 39:10A-1-7, Abandoned At Public Agency Procedures. This results in vehicles sitting for extended periods of time, sometimes years. These vehicles take up valuable space for the tow yard and lose value every day. With our service, we ensure full compliance with N.J. Stat. 39:10A-1-7, Abandoned At Public Agency Procedures.

  • Management of all unclaimed/abandoned vehicles at all towing providers for the municipality
  • Servicing of legal notices for both the police department and towing facility
  • Processing of all special title paperwork to the Motor Vehicle Commission to legally dispose of vehicles
  • Conducting auction of vehicles
  • Monthly or Quarterly Reports for all abandoned vehicles.

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How it works

CONTACT

We establish a point of contact at your police department. Normally the officer in
charge of towing operations.

INVENTORY

We visit all towing providers for your town/agency and do an inventory for any
vehicles that have not been claimed within 15 days.

COMPLIANCE

We then proceed with all requirements to comply with N.J. Stat. 39:10A-1 through
39:10A-7..

MANAGEMENT

We follow the tow rotation list of each towing provider, and do a continuous
monthly management of abandoned vehicles.

REPORTS

We issue monthly or quarterly reports to our point of contact that lists all unclaimed
vehicles, vehicles that are currently in process of disposal,and completed auctions of
vehicles and/or any issuances of standard or junk titles

CONVENIENCE

Any designated representative will receive username to our online portal to
access all vehicle details, location, status, and outcomes.

* All serviced ensure fill compliance with N.J. Stat. 39:10A-1 through 39:10A-7, Abandoned At Public Agency Procedures *