I recently got into an accident with a driver that has no insurance, and I only have liability coverage. I am waiting on my paycheck to be able to fix the vehicle on my own, but for right now it is sitting in my driveway with visible damage to it. My landlord has a history of towing broke down vehicles, so I was proactive and talked with the property manager about it to let him know the situation. They are being extremely firm on only giving me a week to fix the car before they tow it and charge me for the expense. My question is, can my landlord go ahead and tow my car for this situation? Or do I have any standing to not let him tow it until I can fix it?
@Garrett Tucker , i think you also need to look at it from the Park Owner/ Manager perspective. They have to be firm and enforce the park rules for everyone equally. Otherwise they are running the risk of getting fined by the city and/or people taking it lightly and starting to keep junk or non-working items on their premises and eventually turning the park into a car junk yard.
With that said, i don't think any reasonable manager would refuse a request to postpone this by a couple of weeks (if that's what we are talking about). Just approach them, explain when your would be in a position to address the issue and why. In the mean time promise to put a car-cover over. I don't see why they would refuse it. Being upfront and polite about this is your best weapon.
I can't speak to the legal aspects of this, but i would assume they have the right to tow. Most likely this is outlined in the park rules.