The City is reviewing the current tow truck bylaw.
And next week, a series of meetings will help the City of Toronto shape proposed changes to the bylaw.
Two meetings will be held for stakeholders and licenced tow truck drivers and owners on March 21 and 22. These meetings are by invite only, and stakeholders will need to contact the City to attend.
On March 23, a public meeting will be available to anyone interested in the consultations regarding the issue.
The public meeting description states:
The City of Toronto is undertaking a review of tow truck regulations to address a number of issues raised by the industry, stakeholders and the public. The review includes an examination of towing and storage rates, driver service, charging and billing practices, towing practices and consumer protection related to the industry. Staff are expected to report on the consultation findings to the Licensing and Standards Committee in June 2017.
The public meeting takes place on March 23 from 1 to 3 pm at Metro Hall, 55 John St., Rooms 308/309.