Toronto looking to crack down on towing kickbacks, as industry calls for higher fees

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The City of Toronto plans to overhaul how it governs towing companies — an industry plagued with illegal kickbacks given to drivers who take damaged vehicles to a particular garage.

There are already penalties, of course.

In fact, two tow truck drivers face fraud charges in recent separate incidents, police announced in a news release Wednesday.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.