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Indiana State Police will Tow all Abandoned Vehicles from Major Highways

In preparation for the impending winter weather, ISP will begin towing abandoned vehicles along major highways starting Jan. 4th.
Evansville, IND.- In preparation for the impending winter weather, Indiana State Police at the Evansville District will begin towing abandoned vehicles along major highways.

Vehicles will be removed to allow INDOT snow removal crews to operate in a more efficient manner. Troopers at Evansville will begin towing abandoned vehicles tomorrow (Saturday Jan. 4) at noon.

All vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense. 

If you find your vehicle has been towed, you can contact Indiana State Police at 1-800-852-3970. 

The Evansville district serves Knox, Pike, Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties. 

For road condition updates please call 1-800-261-ROAD. Do not call local law enforcement or 911 for road information.
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