Richmond Hill towing license bylaw inches forward

By CTAR Staff

Richmond Hill, Ontario–October 28, 2013–City officials are optimistic that a bylaw proposing to expand licensing for towing operators will be passed after a final City Council vote.

After two years of pursuing a governance framework to oversee the towing industry, Richmond Hill city council hopes new licensing requirements will better regulate how operators approach towing drivers’ vehicles.

The bylaw was passed by the committee on Oct. 21, detailing licensing guidelines in addition to setting the rules on how much tow truck drivers may charge car owners when towing their vehicles and how tow truck operators must act at a towing scene.

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