No one likes to have his or her car impounded. But it some instances, it’s warranted. For instance:

  • Has someone abandoned a vehicle on your property?
  • Is there a car parked in your lot when it’s obvious they aren’t a customer?
  • Maybe someone has ignored the clearly and prominently posted signs that detail when parking is open to the public and when it’s not.

Whatever the case may be, Lee’s Towing can help. There is no reason you should be left with the responsibility of a vehicle that doesn’t belong to you. Lee’s Towing is here to make sure that doesn’t happen. By reaching out to us quickly, you can get that car or truck off your hands and out of your hair in no time at all. With our timely impounding services, Lee’s Towing can help.

With more than three decades of experience in towing services in Northern Colorado and southern Wyoming, Lee’s Towing is highly qualified to handle any and all of your impound towing needs. We can answer all of your questions regarding the impounding process, what laws you have to comply with, and how to proceed. Usually, once the towing company removes the vehicle, there’s nothing else you have to do.

Impounding a vehicle can be a tricky business or an unpleasant one–especially if the owner shows up during the tow. Lee’s Towing is here to help you throughout the impounding process. We look forward to speaking with you. Contact us today!

Impound Yard Locations:

Millliken, CO

12152 County Rd. 46
Milliken, CO 80543
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Greeley, CO

815 26th St.
Greeley, CO 80631
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Wheatland, WY

396 Brookside Rd.
Wheatland, WY 82201
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

We work closely with municipal, county and state police agencies as well as private property owners within the communities we service. In our line of work, we may tow your vehicle to one of our impound lots. This is always done in accordance with state and federal regulations and at the request of an Officer of the law or Property owner, as applicable. If your vehicle has been impounded, there are a couple of things you will need to bring with you to ensure the vehicle is released to the correct person:

1) Current Vehicle Registration

2) Valid Driver’s License of Registered Owner

3) Valid Insurance for vehicle to be released

In the event the registered owner cannot come in person to release the vehicle, you must produce:

4) A power of attorney letter authorizing the present party to take the vehicle. The POA must be notarized.