Form K-11 "Rates Chart for Wrecker, Towing, Road Services" - Connecticut

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Download Form K-11 "Rates Chart for Wrecker, Towing, Road Services" - Connecticut

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MAXIMUM TOWING CHARGES
APPROVED BY COMMISSIONER OF MOTOR VEHICLES
HOURS OF OPERATION
ON THE WEB AT ct.gov/dmv
BUSINESS NAME
DEALER/REPAIRER LICENSE NUMBER
BUSINESS ADDRESS
(Number and Street)
(City or Town)
(State)
(Zip Code)
BUSINESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
CHARGES AND ADDITIONAL MILEAGE RATES
LESS THAN
HEAVY DUTY
HEAVY DUTY
10,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
10,000 TO 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
OVER 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
TOW
TOW
TOW
HOURLY RATE
HOURLY RATE
TOW CHARGE
(Recovery Included)
(Recovery Included)
BASE
$105.00
$240.00/hr
$390.00/hr
CHARGE
Includes mileage to scene and
Minimum 1 hour charge
Minimum 1 hour charge
two loaded miles.
(15 minute increments
(15 minute increments
charge thereafter.)
charge thereafter.)
$4.75
MILEAGE
NONE
NONE
Per mile in excess of
CHARGE
two (2) loaded miles.
The rates and charges posted cover NONCONSENSUAL TOW charges based on distance and vehicle weight.
NONCONSENSUAL TOW - Means the towing of a motor vehicle, in accordance with the provisions of Section 14-145
of the Connecticut General Statutes (trespass tow), or for which arrangements are made by order of a law
enforcement officer or traffic authority, as defined in Section 14-297 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
BASE TOW CHARGE - Means charges including preparation of the vehicle for tow to the ultimate destination and
two miles with the vehicle in tow (loaded miles). Hourly charges for vehicles 10,000 lbs. and over, include vehicle
recovery and all mileage while towing or transporting a vehicle.
E
THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE APPLIES TO:
xceptional services as defined in Regulation 14-63-36b.
LESS THAN
HEAVY DUTY 10,000 TO
HEAVY DUTY
10,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
OVER 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
(For exceptional services only)
(For exceptional services only)
(For exceptional services only)
Hourly charge for
labor as posted in
accordance with the
Regulations of
Connecticut State
Agencies §14-65j-3
THESE CHARGES
THESE CHARGES
THESE CHARGES
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
The base tow charge for vehicles under 10,000 lbs. G.V.W.R. includes, at no extra
cost to the consumer, all services necessary to prepare the vehicle for the tow, up
to 15 minutes of wait time by the wrecker at the scene, clean-up of the scene, the
removal, installation or re-installation of any movables including loose or
separated vehicle parts, the cleaning of any equipment used to perform the
towing, the release of the vehicle, and two miles of the tow (loaded miles).
Exceptional services shall mean the use of special equipment such as cutting
torches, air compressors and other equipment not generally required for towing
or transporting services, at the scene of an accident.
POST IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE
K-11 REV. 7- 2018
MAXIMUM TOWING CHARGES
APPROVED BY COMMISSIONER OF MOTOR VEHICLES
HOURS OF OPERATION
ON THE WEB AT ct.gov/dmv
BUSINESS NAME
DEALER/REPAIRER LICENSE NUMBER
BUSINESS ADDRESS
(Number and Street)
(City or Town)
(State)
(Zip Code)
BUSINESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
CHARGES AND ADDITIONAL MILEAGE RATES
LESS THAN
HEAVY DUTY
HEAVY DUTY
10,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
10,000 TO 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
OVER 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
TOW
TOW
TOW
HOURLY RATE
HOURLY RATE
TOW CHARGE
(Recovery Included)
(Recovery Included)
BASE
$105.00
$240.00/hr
$390.00/hr
CHARGE
Includes mileage to scene and
Minimum 1 hour charge
Minimum 1 hour charge
two loaded miles.
(15 minute increments
(15 minute increments
charge thereafter.)
charge thereafter.)
$4.75
MILEAGE
NONE
NONE
Per mile in excess of
CHARGE
two (2) loaded miles.
The rates and charges posted cover NONCONSENSUAL TOW charges based on distance and vehicle weight.
NONCONSENSUAL TOW - Means the towing of a motor vehicle, in accordance with the provisions of Section 14-145
of the Connecticut General Statutes (trespass tow), or for which arrangements are made by order of a law
enforcement officer or traffic authority, as defined in Section 14-297 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
BASE TOW CHARGE - Means charges including preparation of the vehicle for tow to the ultimate destination and
two miles with the vehicle in tow (loaded miles). Hourly charges for vehicles 10,000 lbs. and over, include vehicle
recovery and all mileage while towing or transporting a vehicle.
E
THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE APPLIES TO:
xceptional services as defined in Regulation 14-63-36b.
LESS THAN
HEAVY DUTY 10,000 TO
HEAVY DUTY
10,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
OVER 26,000 LBS. G.V.W.R.
(For exceptional services only)
(For exceptional services only)
(For exceptional services only)
Hourly charge for
labor as posted in
accordance with the
Regulations of
Connecticut State
Agencies §14-65j-3
THESE CHARGES
THESE CHARGES
THESE CHARGES
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
MUST BE DOCUMENTED
The base tow charge for vehicles under 10,000 lbs. G.V.W.R. includes, at no extra
cost to the consumer, all services necessary to prepare the vehicle for the tow, up
to 15 minutes of wait time by the wrecker at the scene, clean-up of the scene, the
removal, installation or re-installation of any movables including loose or
separated vehicle parts, the cleaning of any equipment used to perform the
towing, the release of the vehicle, and two miles of the tow (loaded miles).
Exceptional services shall mean the use of special equipment such as cutting
torches, air compressors and other equipment not generally required for towing
or transporting services, at the scene of an accident.
POST IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE
K-11 REV. 7- 2018