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How can I find out where my car has been towed?

Look around the area where your vehicle was parked and see if you can find a piece of paper – it may be stuck on a pole, the side of a building, the curb, somewhere. You will know it’s for you because your license number will be written on it. From that you will see where the vehicle is now waiting for you. There is usually a phone number listed. A Korean-speaker can call and confirm that your vehicle is there and find out how much money you need to bring with you.

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