Maybe. It is your debt. But if you had insurance on the car then your insurance company might be on the hook for the fees. Also check with the local victim-witness program in your county. The DA's office would have info about this program. They may foot the bill as well. Finally the court could award you fees if a criminal conviction is obtained.
Finally if neither will pay then you can negotiate with the tow yard. Play nice as you catch more flies with honey.
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Yes. Moreoever, if you do not pay, your bike will be sold by the tow company to pay storage fees.
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