THE TOWAWAY BLOG

Different Ways to Manage Your VSF
January 21, 2020

Different Ways to Manage Your VSF

Managing your VSF is a serious job. The good news is there are so many things you can do to manage it successfully.

 

  1. Learn & understand your state's laws, rules & regulations involving towing & vehicle storage
  2. Utilize colored file folders
  3. Format your file folder labels
  4. Manually review deadlines daily
  5. Jot down notes of vehicle owners names & tel #'s
  6. Take photos of the vehicle
  7. Use a self-ink stamp to track deadlines
  8. Utilize a bucket system for pending notices
  9. Proofread your data
  10. Subscribe to VSF Software like ours.

We'll touch on each of these items...one at a time. First and foremost, VSF (vehicle storage facility) owners and VSF employees must learn & understand the laws, rules & regulations involving vehicle impounds and vehicle storage.


This blog is intended to help you find ways and utilize techniques to manage a VSF; this blog does not intend to replace the expert advice of an attorney.


Don't know where to start? Contact a tow association active in your state; this is a great place to start. For example, in Texas, you can contact the following towing associations:

  • Southwest Tow Operators - https://swtowop.org
  • Texas Towing & Storage Association: https://www.ttsa.org

You can also contact one of these tow associations and ask them to recommend an attorney that specializes in towing & storage.

Different Ways to Manage Your VSF March 4, 2020

Why should you use VSF software?

READ MORE