You don't give us enough information to know whether or not there is an adverse party involved which may have insurance and caused the accident. If this was a single car accident and you do not have coverage for these damages, I suggest that you contact the impound yard immediately and work out an arrangement. Until the car is removed, you will, in all likelihood, be incurring storage fees.
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You are ultimately responsible for the storage fees regardless of who may be at fault. If the other party is at fault, then you can seek to recover the costs from the other party's insurer (if the other party is insured). But, in the meantime, you will need to pay for the fees and if you don't, then the tow company can auction off your vehicle. So, you cannot wait to get paid (if this option is possible) from the other party's insurance company and cannot argue with the tow or storage company that you should not have to pay the fees. This should not have an affect on your driving record.
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