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Date:98-03-04
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The Amendment to the Self-Government Ordinance for Handling Vehicles Obstructing the Traffic Passed: No Safekeeping Fee Is Required If Towed Vehicles Are Parked In A Towing Vehicles Office L

The amendment to the Self-Government Ordinance for Handling Vehicles Obstructing the Traffic in Kaohsiung City came into effect on February 25, 2009. For towed vehicles, the maximum safekeeping fee is that for the duration of 45 days, and no safekeeping fee is required if towed vehicles are parked in a towing vehicles office less than one hour. The safekeeping fee is charged on a half-day basis; for a duration of less than twelve hours, the half-day fee is charged. The aforesaid new measures are applicable only to towed vehicles in the public towing vehicles offices (Sianjheng & Cueihua Towing Vehicles Offices), and presently not to those in the private towing vehicles offices commissioned by the Kaohsiung City Government. The revised provisions of the Self-Government Ordinance for Handling Vehicles Obstructing the Traffic in Kaohsiung City passed third reading on the fourth meeting of the eighth extraordinary session of the seventh Kaohsiung City Council. The revised provisions were published in the Kaohsiung City Government Gazette by the Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government on February 23, and came into effect on February 25. Pursuant to the revised provisions, the towing fees remain the same: NT$ 200 for motorcycles and NT$ 1,000 for automobiles. The greatest change lies in the safekeeping fee: in accordance with the original provisions, after vehicles are towed to any towing vehicles office, the safekeeping fee is charged on a daily basis, namely NT$ 200 for automobiles and NT$ 50 for motorcycles per day. After the revised provisions came into effect on February 25, no safekeeping fee is required if towed vehicles are parked in a towing vehicles office less than one hour. For a duration of less than a half-day (twelve hours), the safekeeping fee will be charged on a half-day basis, namely NT$ 100 for automobiles and NT$ 25 for motorcycles. Previously, there was no maximum safekeeping fee limit; from now on, the maximum safekeeping fee is that for the duration of 45 days. As for heavy-duty vehicles and special-purposes vehicles, no safekeeping fee is required if they are parked in a towing vehicles office less than one hour. The safekeeping fee is also charged on a half-day basis, and for a duration of less than twelve hours, the half-day fee is charged. According to the Parking Management Center of the Bureau, the aforesaid new measures came into effect on February 25, and are applicable only to towed vehicles in the public towing vehicles offices (Sianjheng & Cueihua Towing Vehicles Offices), and presently not to those in the private towing vehicles offices commissioned by the Kaohsiung City Government (Minzu, Bade Road East, and West District Towing Vehicles Offices). The revised provisions will be applicable to vehicles in those private towing vehicles offices only after the commission contract expires on May 31, 2010.
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