1 ORDINANCE NO. - AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO PART II, CHAPTER, ARTICLE VII, DIVISION, "TOWING AND IMMOBILIZATION," OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE"); REGULATING TOWING AND IMMOBILIZATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR RECORD KEEPING; PROVIDING FOR MULTIPLE FORMS OF PAYMENT; REQUIRING CHANGE BE PROVIDED FOR CASH TRANSACTIONS; PROHIBITING TEMPORARY HOLDING AREAS; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by Commissioner Lois Wexler) 1 WHEREAS, towing of vehicles parked on private property is regulated under Chapter, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County ("Board") desires to amend the Towing and Immobilization Regulation section of the Code in order to provide for and safeguard the life, health, safety, property, and welfare of the residents and visitors of Broward County; and WHEREAS, the Board finds that implementation of this Ordinance as set forth herein will promote, protect, and improve the health, safety and welfare of the people of Broward County, Florida, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA:
2 as follows: Section 1. Sections -1. through -1. are hereby amended to read Sec Authority. The provisions of this division are enacted pursuant to the statutory power of the County to establish and enforce business regulations necessary for the protection of the public. Sec Short title. This division shall be known and may be cited as the "Towing and Immobilization Company Regulating Ordinance of Broward County." Sec Purpose. (a) It is declared by the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County that, in order to provide for and safeguard the life, health, safety, property, and welfare of the people, the regulation of business enterprises engaged in the practice of recovering, towing, immobilizing, removing, and storing of motor vehicles are matters is a matter affecting the public interest; and any person desiring to conduct such a business enterprise shall be required to obey the regulations as hereinafter provided. 1 (b) The purpose of this division is to provide a uniform system for the regulation of business enterprises which are engaged in or which intend to engage in the practice of recovering, towing, immobilizing, removing, or storing of motor vehicles. Sec Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following definitions shall apply: (a) Commission Board shall mean the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida.
3 (b) County Administrator shall mean the chief executive officer and head of the administrative branch of county government as provided in Article III of the Charter of Broward County. (c) CAD shall mean the Broward County Consumer Affairs Division, or any selected county agency. (d) Director shall mean the Director of the Broward County Permitting, Licensing and Consumer Affairs Protection Division (CAD), or the Director's designee. (d) Division shall mean the Broward County Permitting, Licensing and Consumer Protection Division, or any selected county agency. (e) Express instruction shall mean a clear, definite, and explicit request: 1 (1) Made in writing by a police officer to recover, tow, immobilize, remove, or store a specific and individual vehicle which is disabled or abandoned or parked without authorization, or whose operator is unable or unwilling to remove the vehicle; or () Made in writing by a property owner or duly authorized agent of the property owner to recover, tow, immobilize, remove, or store a specific and individual vehicle parked without permission of the property owner; provided, however, that such property owner or agent shall not be the pperson requested to recover, tow, immobilize, remove, or store the vehicle, or an employee, or agent thereof; or () Made by telephone (properly documented with the name of the person requesting the tow, the date, time, and name of the person receiving the telephone call), in person, or in writing by a vehicle owner or the authorized driver to recover, tow, immobilize, remove, or store a specific
4 and individual vehicle which is in the lawful control of the vehicle owner or authorized driver requesting the towing service. The foregoing notwithstanding, where the property owner is a government entity, the property owner or an employee or agent thereof may be the same person requested to recover, tow, immobilize, remove, or store the vehicle. Every request made in writing or in person must indicate the date and time of the instruction and must be signed by the police officer, the property owner, or agent, or the vehicle owner or authorized driver in the presence of the person providing the requested service. (f) Immobilization a/k/a Denver Boot a/k/a booting shall mean the business of disabling vehicles by placing a boot on the wheel of the motor vehicle act of placing, on a parked vehicle, a mechanical device that is designed to be attached to the wheel or tire so as to prohibit its usual manner of movement. (g) Industry shall mean the business of recovering, towing, immobilizing, or removing vehicles and providing any related vehicle storage services. (h) Operate shall mean to provide for the services of recovering, towing, immobilizing, or removing vehicles and any related vehicle storage services. 1 (i) Operator shall mean any pperson who provides the services of recovering, towing, immobilizing, or removing vehicles and any related vehicle storage services. (j) Person shall mean any natural person, firm, partnership, association, corporation, or other entity of any kind whatsoever. (k) Personnel aauthorized by CAD the Division shall mean personnel authorized by the ddirector and presenting valid identification.
5 (l) Property oowner shall mean that person who exercises dominion and control over real property, including, but not limited to, the legal title holder, lessee, designated representative of a condominium association, or any person authorized to exercise or share dominion and control over real property; provided, however, that "pproperty oowner" shall not mean or include a person providing towing services as a part of regularly conducted business activity within the purview of this aarticle. The foregoing notwithstanding, all government entities providing their own towing services may be property owners for purposes of this aarticle. (m) Recover shall mean to take possession of a vehicle and its contents and to exercise control, supervision, and responsibility over it. (n) Regulation shall mean a rule set forth in this aarticle, the violation of which is sufficient grounds for fines, suspension or revocation of a license, civil damages, court costs, and attorneys' fees; and specified criminal penalties. (o) (p) Remove shall mean to change the location of a vehicle by towing it. Revoke shall mean to annul and make void the license of a person engaged in the business of providing vehicle immobilization services. 1 (q) Store shall mean to place and leave a towed vehicle at a location where the person providing the towing service exercises control, supervision, and responsibility over the vehicle. (r) Tow shall mean to haul, draw, or pull along a vehicle by means of another vehicle equipped with booms, car carriers, winches, or similar equipment. (s) Towing Class shall mean the type of towing vehicle, equipment, or apparatus used to recover, tow, or remove vehicles. The towing classes shall be distinguished as follows:
6 ... (t) Trade name shall mean any name under which a person, corporation, partnership, association, firm, or any other entity operates its business. (u) Vehicle shall mean an automobile, truck, bus, trailer, semitrailer, truck tractor and semi-trailer combination, recreational unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters which either has its own motive power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle, or any other mobile item using wheels and being operated on the roads of Broward County, which is used to transport persons or property and is propelled by power other than muscular power; provided, however, that the term does not include bicycles, mopeds, traction engines, road rollers, or vehicles which run only upon a track. Sec Vehicle immobilization license required. (a) It shall be unlawful for any pperson, as part of a regularly conducted business activity, to immobilize a vehicle or to cause or permit any other person to immobilize a vehicle without first obtaining and maintaining a current and valid license pursuant to the provisions of this aarticle. (b) It shall be unlawful for any pperson, as part of a regularly conducted 1 business activity, to advertise to immobilize a vehicle or to cause or permit any other pperson to immobilize a vehicle without first obtaining and maintaining a current and valid license pursuant to the provisions of this aarticle. Any advertisement, including advertisements and telephone listings in any and all "Yellow Pages," shall include the license number issued pursuant to this division. (c) Nothing in this division shall be construed to prohibit the discharge or storage of a vehicle lawfully recovered, towed, or removed in another county and
7 lawfully transported into Broward County; nor shall anything in this division be construed to prevent the immobilization of vehicles by a government agency. (d) Nothing in this division shall be construed to prevent a natural person from working in an employment relationship for another pperson holding a valid license under this aarticle; provided, however, that any natural person who is an independent contractor and not an employee of a licensed pperson is also subject to all requirements and provisions of this division. Sec Application for a vehicle immobilization license; fees. (a) Every application for a vehicle immobilization license shall be in writing, 1 signed and verified by the applicant, and filed with the CAD Division together with an investigative and processing fee established by administrative order of the County Administrator or resolution approved by the Commission Board. The application fee shall be deposited in a separate county fund and shall be used exclusively to accomplish the purposes of this division. The amount of the application fee shall be reasonably related to the cost of the services and regulation provided. The fee shall be assessed against each applicant. The statements contained in the application shall become a part of the license and may be modified only in accordance with the provisions of this division. (b) Every application for a vehicle immobilization license shall be on a form prescribed by the CAD Division and shall contain all the information required by that form, including, but not limited to: (1) Sufficient information to identify the applicant, including, but not limited to, full legal name, date of birth, or formation of legal entity, telephone numbers, and all business and residence addresses if the applicant is a
8 1 corporation,. tthe foregoing information shall also be provided for each corporate officer, director, resident agent, and shareholder. If the applicant is a partnership, the foregoing information shall be provided for each general and each limited partner. Post office box addresses shall not be accepted. () Documentation demonstrating that all corporate or partnership applicants are qualified to do business under the laws of Florida. () A list of all persons with any ownership interest in the applicant who have previously been denied a license. () Any trade name under which the applicant operates, intends to operate, or has previously operated. () A description of the applicant's operational procedure, which shall include but not be limited to the following: location and description of all places of business, a description of all existing equipment, a system for handling complaints and accidents, insurance coverage and a description of the communication system. () A description of services proposed to be provided, including, but not limited to, days and hours of operation and types of immobilizing services to be provided. () A record of all crimes of which the applicant has been adjudicated guilty or of which adjudication has been withheld within the last five () years preceding the date of the application. Individual applicants shall be fingerprinted and photographed and photographed by the Broward County Sheriff's Office, a law enforcement agency, or successor of the Broward
9 1 County Consumer Affairs Division and shall be provided to the CAD Division with the application. In the case of a corporate or partnership applicant, all such information shall be provided by all corporate officers and directors, sole proprietors, operations manager, or managing general partners, as the case may be, and by all stockholders who own, or hold or control five percent (%) or more of issued and outstanding stock in the corporation or beneficial interest therein, and by all officers and directors of any corporate general partners of a partnership and by stockholders who own or control five percent (%) or more of issued and outstanding stock in a corporate general partner, or beneficial interest therein. () Proof of insurance as required in Section -1. of this division. () The signature of each individual applicant, and all persons who exercise control, including, but not limited to, the signature of the president, or vice-president, or a corporate applicant, and the signature of all the managing general partners of a partnership applicant. () An agreement on the part of the applicant to abide by the provisions of this division and the laws of the State of Florida and the County of Broward County, as may be amended from time to time. This agreement will be a part of the license application. () Such additional information about the applicant as the ddirector may deem appropriate. () Submission of a vehicle immobilization license application fee.
10 Sec Issuance of license; renewal. (a) The ddirector is empowered to issue licenses to applicants who meet the standards and requirements for a vehicle immobilization license, and to promulgate administrative processes and procedures for the application, issuance, and revocation of such license. (b) The ddirector shall review and investigate each application for a vehicle immobilization license and shall reject any application that is not properly filed or is incomplete or untrue in whole or in part, or which fails in any way to meet the requirements of this Article. (c) No vehicle immobilization license, as applicable, shall be issued to an applicant or renewed unless the applicant has completed the following: (1) Filed with the ddirector a true, correct, and complete application on a form prescribed by CAD the Division, including all proofs of required insurance; and () Paid the initial or renewal application fee; and () Submitted to a background investigation. 1 (d) Each immobilization license shall be on a form prescribed by CAD the Division and shall be signed by the ddirector. Each immobilization license shall contain, at a minimum, the name and address of the applicant, the dates the license remains in effect unless suspended or revoked, and a statement of such additional terms and conditions, and restrictions and limitations as were authorized in the application and approval process. (e) All initial immobilization licenses shall be effective from their date of issuance to the end of the calendar year, December 1. Subsequent licenses shall be
11 effective for the calendar year beginning January 1 and ending December 1. The fee for the initial application shall be established by aadministrative oorder of the County Administrator and approved by the Broward County Commission Board or by resolution passed by the Broward County Commission Board. (f) Prior to the expiration of the initial vehicle immobilization license, an 1 applicant may apply for an annual vehicle immobilization license. As a part of the renewal process, the original application shall be updated and verified by the applicant on forms prescribed by CAD the Division. Renewal applications shall also include such financial information as CAD the Division shall deem necessary to consider the continued appropriateness of maximum fees established pursuant to this Code. Each updated renewal application shall be submitted prior to expiration of the current initial or annual license and shall be accompanied by a fee which shall be established by resolution of the Board of County Commissioners. All renewal application fees shall be deposited with original application fees and other charges and fees under this division in a separate Broward County fund and shall be used exclusively to accomplish the purposes of this division. The amount of the renewal fee shall be reasonably related to the cost of the services and regulations provided, and shall be in addition to any other fees or charges required by this division. All annual vehicle immobilization licenses which are not renewed shall automatically expire December 1 of the year of issuance and all vehicle immobilization services permitted shall cease immediately. The ddirector shall deny each renewal application that is not timely, is not properly filed, is incomplete, is untrue in whole or in part, is unaccompanied by the required fee, or results in a determination by the ddirector that the applicant has failed to satisfy the requirements of this section.
12 (g) A license issued or renewed pursuant to the provisions of this division shall not be transferable, nor shall the ownership structure of the licensee be so modified as to constitute a change in the control or ownership of the license, without the prior written approval of the CAD Division Director. (h) There shall be no numerical limit on the licenses issued pursuant to the provisions of this division. Sec Insurance requirements. (a) It shall be unlawful for any pperson, as part of a regularly conducted business activity, to immobilize a vehicle until that person has filed with the ddirector and maintains in effect an insurance policy or policies or certificates of issuance insurance which shall contain immobilization coverage in an amount no less than $,000 for its liability. (b) All evidence of insurance shall be executed and filed with the CAD 1 Division by the insurance carrier in a form or forms acceptable to the Broward County Risk Management Division. The insurance carrier or company shall qualify as an insurance company authorized to transact insurance business in the State of Florida pursuant to Chapter, ppart III, Section.01, et seq., Florida Statutes. The insurance carrier or company must be a participant in the Florida Insurance Guaranty Association. No policy shall be accepted which is for a period of less than six () months. (c) The insurance shall be kept in full force and effect by the certificate license holder at all times. Failure to file such evidence of insurance with the CAD Division, or failure to have same in full force and effect, may be cause for suspension or revocation which shall remain in effect until proof of compliance with this section is submitted to the
13 CAD Division and approved. The insurance shall provide for thirty (0) days' notice, by registered or certified mail, to CAD the Division of any material change, cancellation, or expiration of the policy. (d) The insurance requirements of this division shall not apply to governmental entities which are self-insured. Sec Denial of license; appeal; review. (a) Any pperson dissatisfied or aggrieved with the decision of the ddirector to deny such pperson's application for initial license or license renewal may, within ten () calendar days after the denial, appeal in writing to the CAD Division,. uupon receipt of an appeal, the CAD Division shall schedule and hold a hearing within thirty (0) calendar days. The dissatisfied or aggrieved pperson shall be provided with a notice of hearing which shall include: (1) A statement of the time and place for hearing; and () A reference to the facts and relevant section of the county ordinance or regulations upon which the denial is based. (b) The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures for 1 Consumer Protection Board hearings. At the hearing, witnesses shall be sworn, and the rules of evidence applicable to quasi-judicial proceedings shall govern. After conclusion of the hearing, the Consumer Protection Board shall affirm or reverse the decision of the ddirector; and that action shall be final. Should the Consumer Protection Board reverse the decision of the ddirector, the ddirector shall issue the license.
14 Sec Manifest, towing invoice, or tow sheet. (a) It shall be unlawful for any pperson, as part of a regularly conducted 1 business activity, to recover, tow, immobilize, or remove a vehicle or provide storage in connection therewith, unless the pperson providing such service shall maintain in that pperson's possession a manifest, towing invoice, or tow sheet, issued by a police agency, on a form prescribed by the Division, or a form that has been reviewed and approved by the Division, which shall include, but not be limited to, the following information.: (1) Name of the licensee and of tthe coded identifying information of the natural pperson physically providing the service; and () Date and time that the service was requested; and () Name, address, and telephone number of the authorized entity or person requesting the service; and () Date and time that the service was initiated; and () Location at which the service was initiated; and () Destination to which the vehicle being provided the service is taken and the time of arrival at the destination; and () Description of the vehicle being provided the service, including maker the make, model, year, color, vehicle identification number, and state license; plate number, if any; and () Description of services provided; and () The total charges listed individually and especially along with a description of such charges. Itemized billing which separately lists each service performed, the cost of each service, and the total cost for all services; and
15 () The reason the service is being provided, including, but not limited to, whether the vehicle was illegally parked, a private property impound, etc.; and () A list of the maximum towing and storage rates for nonconsensual tows from private property as provided for in the Broward County Code of Ordinances; and () The following statement: "To file a complaint about fees charged, contact the Broward County Permitting, Licensing and Consumer Protection Division at () -00." (b) Each manifest, towing invoice, or tow sheet shall be immediately available 1 for inspection by police officers or by ppersonnel aauthorized by the CAD Division, at any time during the period of recovery, towing, immobilization, or removal of a vehicle. Sec Records retention; inspection. Each towing and immobilization service company under this division shall maintain accurate and complete records of all operating information as CAD the Division may require, including, but not limited to, manifests or towing invoices, invoices and statements for services rendered, and records of payments for services rendered. Such records shall be maintained for at least three () years. The CAD Division shall be granted access to these records for inspection or copying, upon five () calendar days' prior notice and during regular business hours. All records and information inspected and not copied shall be confidential, except that records may be copied or made public for the purpose of license suspension or revocation proceedings, where applicable.
16 1 Sec Anti-discrimination. No licensee shall refuse or neglect to provide vehicle immobilization services to any orderly person requesting such service and able and willing to pay for such services, on account of that person's race, sex, religion, national origin, age, marital status, or handicap. Sec Immobilization license required to do business with Broward County. Any bid for the award of any contract or agreement with the Broward County for services to immobilize vehicles shall be subject to the pperson seeking to obtain such contract or agreement holding or obtaining a valid and current license issued pursuant to this aarticle. Any bids not in compliance with this section shall be null and void. Sec Towing and Immobilizing without prior consent of vehicle owner or duly authorized driver of vehicle. In addition to the other requirements of this division, no pperson shall, as a part of a regularly conducted business activity, recover, tow, remove, or immobilize a vehicle without the prior express instruction of the vehicle owner or authorized driver, except in accordance with the following: (a) Only ppersons duly licensed under this division shall, as part of a regularly conducted business activity, immobilize a vehicle without the prior express instruction of the vehicle owner or authorized driver. A Person providing towing services is not required to obtain a license from the Division. (b) Persons duly licensed under this division who provide services pursuant to this section may, as part of a regularly conducted business activity, recover, tow, remove, or immobilize a vehicle without the prior express instruction of the vehicle
17 owner or authorized driver upon the express instruction of a police officer and in accordance with the terms of any contracts or agreements between the licensee and the governmental entity in whose jurisdiction the police officer serves. Such contracts or agreements may provide terms and requirements in excess of the requirements provided by this division. (c) Persons duly licensed under this division who provide services pursuant to this section may, as part of a regularly conducted business activity, recover, tow, remove, or immobilize a vehicle without the prior express instruction of such vehicle owner or authorized driver, upon the express instruction of a property owner, or such property owner's authorized agent, on whose property the vehicle is disabled, abandoned, or parked without authorization, or whose operator is unwilling to remove the vehicle, provided that the requirements of this Article are satisfied. (d) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall not pay or rebate money, or solicit or offer the rebate of money or other valuable consideration to obtain the privilege of rendering such services. (e) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall not do so 1 when the vehicle owner or other person legally authorized to control the vehicle is present without his or her expressed consent. (f) A minimum of two () of the following three () forms of payment shall be accepted by ppersons who provide services pursuant to this section shall, at a minimum, accept the following forms of payment from the vehicle owner or authorized representative: (1) Cash, money order or valid traveler's check; () Major ccredit card; or and 1
18 () Personal check showing on its face the name and address of the vehicle owner or authorized representative Debit card. If payment is made in cash, change shall be provided to the closest whole dollar. Additional charges or fees shall not be assessed when payments are made by credit card or debit card. A vehicle owner or authorized representative shall not be required to furnish more than one (1) form of government-issued picture identification when payment is made by credit card or personal check, and the government-issued identification shall constitute sufficient identity verification. (g) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section, and companies 1 who tow vehicles without prior consent of the vehicle owner or duly authorized driver of the vehicle, shall display on the same sign as the rate schedule, required by this section, the following statement: TO THE VEHICLE OWNER If you believe that you have been overcharged for the services rendered, you do not have to pay your bill to get your car. Instead, you have the right to post a bond in the circuit court, payable to [name of pperson providing service], in the amount of the final bill for services rendered, and the court will decide later who is right. If you show us a valid clerk's certificate showing that you have posted a bond, we must release your vehicle to you immediately. This remedy is in addition to other legal remedies you may have pursuant to Chapter, Florida Statutes. If you have a complaint about the way services were provided, you may call the Broward County Permitting, Licensing and Consumer Affairs Protection Division.
19 (h) Persons who provide immobilization services pursuant to this section shall not use profane language, physical force, or violence in dealing with the individual responsible for administering this division or individuals who have had or are about to have their vehicle immobilized. (i) (i) When there is a living person inhabiting the vehicle, Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall inform the person inhabiting the vehicle that the vehicle must be moved. If the person inhabiting the vehicle fails to move the vehicle, Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall offer and provide said inhabitant transportation to the nearest homeless assistance center prior to towing the vehicle. Once the inhabitant of the vehicle has been transported to the nearest homeless assistance center, only then can Persons who provide services pursuant to this section be permitted to tow said vehicle. No vehicle shall be towed when there is a living natural person occupying the vehicle. (j) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall transport the 1 vehicle directly to the storage site of the Person providing the service, or to such other location as a police officer authorizing the tow may expressly direct, and shall not keep the vehicle in any temporary holding area. (k) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall maintain a place of business. The place of business shall have a sign that clearly and conspicuously identifies the business to the public; and office space that has at least one (1) natural person on duty from :00 a.m. until :00 p.m., Monday through Friday, to answer telephone calls and to be open to serve the public. However, the office may be closed to observe all holidays observed by Broward County government. The place of
20 business shall maintain a telephone communication system to answer telephone calls from the public twenty-four () hours a day. (l) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall file and keep on record with local law enforcement a complete copy of all current rates charged for the recovery, towing, removal or immobilization of vehicles, and storage provided in connection therewith. Such Persons shall also display prominently at each vehicle storage site a schedule of all charges and rates for removal of vehicles at the request of property owners. That rate schedule shall be posted prominently in the area designated for the vehicle owner or authorized representative to transact business. Such area shall provide shelter, safety, and lighting adequate for the vehicle owner or authorized representative to read the posted rate schedule. Further, notice shall be posted advising the vehicle owner or authorized representative of the right to request and review a complete schedule of charges and rates for services provided at the request of law enforcement for the jurisdiction in which a police order to tow was made. (m) Persons who provide services pursuant to this section shall advise any 1 vehicle owner or authorized representative who calls by telephone prior to arriving at the storage site of the following: (1) Each and every document or other item which must be produced to retrieve the vehicle; and () The exact charges as of the time of the telephone call, and the rate at which charges accumulate after the call; and () The acceptable methods of payment; and () The hours and days the storage is open for regular business.
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