New Website for Impound Vehicles

New Website for Impounded Vehicles. Citizens will now be able to easily check impound fees online
in real time.

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation today announced the launch of a new website that will enable citizens to quickly access information about impounded vehicles.

The agency has just launched an updated site called Find My Tow. This website will enable users to check if their car has been towed to a Baltimore City impound facility by entering specific vehicle information. Once the vehicle’s license number and state of registration are entered, within a few clicks owners can quickly learn if their vehicle has been impounded by the city, along with the associated fees. This program offers new and enhanced features, including a real-time fee calculator which makes it much easier and faster for owners to retrieve their vehicles.

The city’s new Find My Tow website is A link to the program is also available on the Department of Transportation’s website at

The City of Baltimore has two impound facilities for vehicles that are abandoned, illegally parked or involved in accidents. The main Pulaski Highway Impound and Storage Facility is located at 6700 Pulaski Highway. A secondary facility is located at 410 Fallsway.

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