Wheel-boot removal cost would rise

April 29, 2008|By John Fritze

Baltimore's fee to remove immobilizing wheel boots from vehicles with multiple overdue parking tickets would increase from $24 to $100 under legislation introduced in the City Council yesterday. Baltimore Department of Transportation officials said the extra money would fund a proposal they are considering that would allow residents to have boots removed 24 hours a day. City officials said Baltimore's fee is among the lowest in the region.

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