Prince George city council relaxes new towing regulations

By CTAR Staff

Prince George, British Columbia — January 7, 2014 — City council has approved new parking enforcement protocols that would allow for vehicles to be towed if it’s illegally parked and has two unpaid parking tickets.

At a council meeting on Jan. 6, the city approved the procedure despite initial reservations from select councillors who were concerned at first about the number tickets needed to warrant a tow–which was initially set at one unpaid parking violation–while another Prince George councillor voiced concern about motorists’ ability to see fire hydrants or illegal zones when obscured by snowfalls.

To read the full article, please visit TowProMag.com.


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