Legal Question in DUI Law in Minnesota

i got pulled over and charged with a dui my car was towed in i was told that to get it out i need to pay storage charges get new plates and have proff of insurance my question is if its my car why wouldent i be able to pay storage fees and have my car towed home seeing that its not going to be driven for a long time

Asked on 2/17/12, 10:15 am

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Robert Kane Law Offices of Robert D. Kane, Jr.
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I would have to conduct a little more research for a complete answer, but I assume Minnesota law requires that any vehicle on a public road need proper insurance and registration whether operational or not. I understand your question, and it is valid. I realize that we see junk yard car haulers "towing "

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Answered on 2/20/12, 11:02 am


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