towaway

towaway

(ˈtəʊəˌweɪ)
n
1. a vehicle which has been towed away because, for example, it was illegally parked
2. the act or instance of towing away a vehicle
adj
referring to an area or zone from which vehicles will be towed away

tow•a•way

(ˈtoʊ əˌweɪ)

n.
1. an act of towing away a vehicle that has been illegally parked.
2. the vehicle towed away.
adj.
3. designated as an area from which such vehicles are towed away.
[1955–60]
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Address : Dla Distribution Norfolk Rmc Proj, Bunker Hill Towaway Bldg X136 Norfolk, Virginia 23511 Norfolk, Virginia 23513 United States
My Cool Caravan is packed with retro reworkings ranging from a bizarre boat-van to the tinest towaway on the road.
"I went to pick up my wife and baby from the hospital and I parked in a towaway zone so we came out and the car was gone.
There will also be a no parking towaway zone in place on the Burntwood bypass.
He made her pay a pounds 100 clamp release fee, a pounds 75 call-out charge and a pounds 200 towaway fee - despite it never having been moved.
Richard Lewis, from West Kirby, is to be refunded the pounds 125 towaway fee and fine after the National Parking Adjudication Service ruled there was no justification for removing his car.
His mum had bundled him into the car when she saw her estate car was about to be hoisted up near their London house, believing that would stop the towaway.
It plans to use the Control Plus parking enforcement company which will be instructed to extend its towaway role to the skips.
Rush-hour towaway signs have been removed to narrow the paths.
Drivers were told to hand over pounds 150 to free clamped cars then pay pounds 150 in towaway fees, VAT and credit card charges.
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