Private Impounds & Parking Management
Having problems with unauthorized vehicles parking on your commercial parking lot or residential location? Let Ewing Bros. help you resolve those issues. We have a highly trained and dedicated staff who have decades of private impound experience. We love commercial and residential properties, HOAs, property managers, and their agents. We're so confident about our ability to satisfy your needs, we provide signs to you free of charge without a signed contract.
The Ewing Bros. Tow Team will work hard to make vehicle removal not only fast, but easy, and damage free. If you would like additional information or simply want to verify you're in compliance with the Nevada statutes pertaining to non consent vehicle towing, we have the answers. If you need assistance in setting up your private property impound program with a plan that fits the specific needs of your property, please call or text (702) 528-2073 for your no obligation consultation.
All aspects of towing vehicles from private property without the owner's consent are regulated by the Nevada Transportation Authority. This state agency dictates what roles a service provider and a property owner have in removing junk, abandoned, or illegally parked vehicles.
NRS 487.038 — http://www.leg.state.nv.us/nrs/NRS-487.html
Authority of owner or person in lawful possession of real property to have towed therefrom vehicle parked in unauthorized manner: Oral notice to local law enforcement agency required; exceptions to authority; residential real property; costs to be borne by owner of vehicle; other rights and remedies.
Except as otherwise provided in subdivs 3 and 4, the owner or person in lawful possession of any real property may, after giving notice pursuant to subdiv 2, utilize the services of any tow car operator subject to the jurisdiction of the Nevada Transportation Authority to remove any vehicle parked in an unauthorized manner on that property to the nearest public garage or storage yard if:
- A sign is displayed in plain view on the property declaring public parking to be prohibited or restricted in a certain manner; and
- The sign shows the telephone number of the police department or sheriff's office.
Oral notice must be given to the police department or sheriff's office, whichever is appropriate, indicating:
- The time the vehicle was removed;
- The location from which the vehicle was removed; and
- The location to which the vehicle was taken.
- Any vehicle which is parked in a space designated for persons with disabilities and is not properly marked for such parking may be removed if notice is given to the police department or sheriff?s office pursuant to subdiv 2, whether or not a sign is displayed pursuant to subdiv 1.
- The owner or person in lawful possession of residential real property upon which a single-family dwelling is located may, after giving notice pursuant to subdiv 2, utilize the services of any tow car operator subject to the jurisdiction of the Nevada Transportation Authority to remove any vehicle parked in an unauthorized manner on that property to the nearest public garage or storage yard, whether or not a sign is displayed pursuant to subdiv 1.
- All costs incurred under the provisions of this div for towing and storage must be borne by the owner of the vehicle, as that term is defined in NRS 484A.150.
- The provisions of this div do not limit or affect any rights or remedies which the owner or person in lawful possession of real property may have by virtue of other provisions of the law authorizing the removal of a vehicle parked on that property.
(Added to NRS by 1973, 1110; A 1981, 985; 1995, 1607; 1997, 2009)
NRS 116.3102 Powers of unit-owners' association; limitations
May direct the removal of vehicles improperly parked on property owned or leased by the association, as authorized pursuant to NRS 487.038, or improperly parked on any road, street, alley or other thoroughfare within the common-interest community in violation of the governing documents. In addition to complying with the requirements of NRS 487.038 and any requirements in the governing documents, if a vehicle is improperly parked as described in this paragraph, the association must post written notice in a conspicuous place on the vehicle or provide oral or written notice to the owner or operator of the vehicle at least 48 hours before the association may direct the removal of the vehicle, unless the vehicle:
- Is blocking a fire hydrant, fire lane or parking space designated for the handicapped; or
- Poses an imminent threat of causing a substantial adverse effect on the health, safety or welfare of the units' owners or residents of the common-interest community.