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cousin uses the car and got in accident 10/31/13. The car was apparently totaled and towed away. It was not until 12/6 that we got a letter in the mail stating that the tow company was storing the vehicle and that it accrued quite a large amount of storage fees. I was BAFFLED at the thought of this since i was not aware that is was even being store. I do not mind paying a bill for tow away fees; however we can not pay the outrageous and a surprise of storage fees. If I had known much much earlier i would have taken care of it immediately to avoid additional fees; however when getting the notice of stored vehicle more than a month afterwards, the fees amounted to a much to high amount. I am trying to contact my cousin and her insurance on the matter as to why it wasnt taken cared of.Hellos guys, sorry that my description was too vague. I will clarify things up. --- The car is not used by us and we were going to sell it; however my fiance's cousin needed a car so we let her borrow it. We change the registration to list My fiance and her cousin as the registered owners of the vehicle. We recently did this so that she could use the car and pay for her own car insurance. ---- Apparently she was hit on the freeway, first car drove off, and while spinning out was hit 2 more times by other cars. We no longer carried the car insurance for the car, her cousin did. we found out she got into accident that night and that the car was towed away. We had no idea that it was being stored. The real thing that bothers me is why did the tow company wait more than 30 days to notify us that the car was being stored. Is there are law stating that they must notify us of the storage and can not charge more than 15 days without that notice????