SFMTA releases info on all tow-away spots in The City

Motorists wary of getting their car towed have new information on how to avoid that unseemly situation.

The locations and schedules of all The City’s tow-away zones is now available on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s SFpark website.

Motorists can review a PDF map to see when and where they shouldn’t park if they want to avoid being hauled off by a tow truck. They can also review a data set of the towing times.

According to the SFpark site, the data collected on The City’s tow-away zones is 95 percent accurate. It doesn’t include information on tow zones that do not follow weekly schedules or only apply to single spots.

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