Why Towing Companies Won't Take Homeless RVs
“Motor homes have become a fixture on Los Angeles streets in recent years, a reflection of the growing number of homeless people living out of campers.
Along with the increase in RVs, calls to haul them away are rising. But the city has hit a roadblock as the number of tow companies willing to do the work dwindles.
According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, 2,363 people across the city live in the motor homes. That’s a 20 percent increase from 2016.
City officials say that increase has led to a rise in enforcement measures, often in response to complaints from residents and business owners to remove campers that are unregistered or have overstayed the 72-hour limit on city streets.”
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