NY1 City Councilman Makes Push for Relocated Car Tracker by NY1 News
When cars are moved because of things like parades or movie shoots, drivers often have no clue where their vehicles are, and now one city lawmaker is looking to change that.
Manhattan Councilman Ben Kallos is pushing a bill that would require the city Transportation Department to notify 311 and put information about relocated cars on its website.
Drivers would then be able to visit the website or call the city's helpline to find their cars.
That's the way it currently works when a car is towed to an impound lot for a normal parking restriction.
Kallos tells the Daily News he decided to introduce the bill after his disabled mother's car was towed several blocks from her home, and was covered in tickets once she found it.