My question involves vehicle registration or title in the state of: Maryland.
My registered vehicle was towed from a city owned garage for which I pay monthly parking because I did not affix the renewal sticker with the new unexpired year. There was much effort to discover this neglect on my part because the vehicle was actually parked with the rear end against a wall. I suspect it would have been necessary for a tow truck to pull the vehicle forward or squeeze oneself behind the vehicle between it and the wall to view the back plate.
Had due diligence been exercised, such as accessing Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration records to determine the validity of my vehicle’s registration status, there would have been no reason for towing. In addition, in communicating with a MVA representative, failure to have the sticker displayed results in either a warning or a ticket, certainly not a violation warranting a tow.
Is this worth pursuing for a small claims suit?