6 Blog Posts From the Predatory Towing Tag


Protect yourself from Predatory Towing

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Protect yourself from Predatory Towing

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared in September 2020 as an NMA E-Newsletter #611. If you would like to receive our one-topic weekly E-Newsletter, join the NMA today. In July, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) warned motorists in Chicago and Houston about predatory towing scams. Unfortunately, this sort of fraud can happen anywhere, and […]

Roadblocks and Checkpoints during the COVID-19 Crisis: Driving in America Blog for April 3, 2020

Roadblocks and Checkpoints during the COVID-19 Crisis: Driving in America Blog for April 3, 2020

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director In my position as the NMA Communications Director, I skim or read hundreds of motoring news stories every day to bring you the news and to share trends and perspectives. Up until this week, I rarely ran across articles about checkpoints and roadblocks. The COVID-19 crisis is scary enough, […]

Driving in America—Are We There Yet?

Driving in America—Are We There Yet?

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director Motorist advocates have many choices to make when it comes to fighting for rights. Trends change and either becomes complicated or simplified just because an elected official says “Enough!” Case in point: Texas Governor Greg Abbott vowed when he was running for governor in 2018 that he would like […]

Predatory Towing Not Just an Inconvenience

Predatory Towing Not Just an Inconvenience

This piece originally posted on the NMA website as an NMA E-Newsletter #539 on May 12, 2019. Cities tow cars for many reasons. They are often towed when doubled parked or left in front of a fire hydrant. If there are too many parking tickets, cities will often boot first, and if the driver does […]

Predatory Towing Not Just an Inconvenience: NMA E-Newsletter #539

Predatory Towing Not Just an Inconvenience: NMA E-Newsletter #539

Cities tow cars for many reasons. They are often towed when doubled parked or left in front of a fire hydrant. If there are too many parking tickets, cities will often boot first, and if the driver does not pay the tickets in a certain amount of time, the boot comes off, and the vehicle […]

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