SFMTA to waive towing fees for most victims of car theft

A car sits in an impound lot in San Francisco, Calif. on Monday, November 30, 2015. (KGO-TV)

People who have had their cars stolen and then towed in San Francisco will soon go through a little less pain to get their car back.

Starting Tuesday, the Municipal Transportation Agency will waive most fees for victims. It will also give them a longer grace period to retrieve their stolen cars before storage fees start accumulating.

But there's a catch.

In order to qualify, drivers must file a police report, which has to be verified before the stolen car can be recovered.
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