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Per the State of Oklahoma Wrecker Division Website:

As long as law enforcement has no holds on the vehicle, the owner, upon presentation of one (1) of each of the following; proof of ownership, identification, and insurance (if required by law):

Evidence of ownership:

1. A valid certificate of title, to include tribal and other state titles

2. Registration Receipt (Digital or Electronic verification shall be accepted)

3. Title properly assigned by the seller, dated, notarized (if required on title) and the owner’s name filled out on the title

 

Proof of identification:

1. Oklahoma driver license

2. Oklahoma identification card

3. Other state driver license

4. Other state or federally issued photo identification

5.  Other documentation sufficient to establish identity

Proof of Insurance: (Required only at Law Enforcement request 47 O.S. § 72-955 A) Not required on private property impounds.

1. Valid insurance verification form, not expired with VIN of vehicle listed

2. Valid insurance policy not expired with VIN of vehicle listed or

3. Valid affidavit of non-use and vehicle cannot be driven from facility (Digital or Electronic verification shall be accepted).

 

Vehicle Released To:

1. The Owner.

2. A person representing the owner, upon presentation of a notarized letter from the owner permitting said person to act in behalf of the owner, with year, make, model and vehicle identification number of the vehicle and proof as listed above.

3. A lien holder or a duly authorized agent of a lien holder, upon presentation to the wrecker operator proof of being a lien holder [47-904.1], [42 O.S.§ 2-91A] hold harmless letter and a notarized letter from the lien holder permitting said person to act on behalf of the lien holder that includes year, make, model and vehicle identification number. (A print out from a tag agency showing them as a lien holder or a vehicle title as the lien holder).

4. The insurer of or the representative of the insurer accepting liability for or purchasing a motor vehicle as provided in 47 O.S. § 71-904, 47 O.S. § 72-953.1, or 47 O.S. § 72-953.2, must provide a hold harmless letter and a letter from the insurer permitting said person to act on behalf of the insurer that includes year, make, model and vehicle identification number (Authorization from the owner is NOT required).

5. Released personal property; which shall include everything in a stored vehicle except the vehicle and its attached or installed equipment, vehicle keys, or devices to start and unlock the vehicle, and the spare tire and tools to change the tire, shall be released, upon request, to the owner or owner’s representative, upon showing of proof ownership & identification. 47 O.S. § 72-955 E] The wrecker operator may request a person requesting release of personal property and any interlock device to execute a form provided by the operator exempting the operator from liability for such release.

All Weatherford Police Department Impounds must have a Weatherford Police Department Release Document before we are authorized to release your vehicle back to you.  

CASH ONLY ON ALL IMPOUND RELEASES

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