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Towing & Ticketing of Vehicles

Avoiding Ticketing or Towing Fees 

  • Update your state registration      
  • Display your decal and park in your zone
  • Keep your vehicle info updated with the Front Desk of LUPD
  • Keep out of any spaces that say “RESERVED” the sign means reserved at all times
  • Don’t park where it says “No Parking
  • Stay off the curbs, it doesn’t matter if others are parked there too
  • Keep out of handicapped spaces if you do not have a HC placard
  • Don’t park on the lawn, sidewalks, or crosswalks
  • Do not, under any circumstance, move a cone
  • If you aren’t between two white lines, expect a visit from Beeline

For a more detailed list of chargeable offenses, check out our full list of towable offenses.

Liberty University reserves the right to tow any vehicle when an emergency arises.  This right includes entering a locked vehicle to accomplish this action. 

Habitual Violators and Banned Vehicle

Any student or employee that accumulates 5 or more parking infractions of a 12 month period or displays a pattern of deliberate indifference to the parking rules will be considered a habitual violator and will subsequently have their vehicle banned from campus. Parking or operating a vehicle on campus after the vehicle has been banned will result in a $500 fine, per occurrence, and the vehicle may be impounded or towed.

Abandoned Vehicle

After 30 days, any vehicle will be disposed of at the discretion of the University, through LUPD.


Towing Appeals 

The towing appeal process is as follows:

  1. Up to 30 days after being towed, you may fill out and submit a Towing Appeal Form 
  2. Turn in the form to LUPD Front Desk. While LUPD Front Desk staff may be able to answer general questions related to parking rules and regulations and the towing appeal process, they are not in the position to be “litigating” tow appeals or making a decision related to a towing action.
  3. Each tow appeal is processed in the order in which it was received. This means it could take some time. Please be patient with us as your request is being processed!
  4. If you want to check the status of your appeal you can do so by sending an e-mail to luparking@liberty.edu
  5. LUPD reserves the right to cease the process at any point in time due to behavior that is belligerent, disrespectful, or otherwise impedes the orderly operations of the department. This expectation will be strictly enforced and can also result in an arrest for disorderly conduct or other administrative actions.
  6.  You will receive an email regarding the decision of your tow appeal.  The decision is final.  Do not approach the Front Desk staff in regards to any final decision as they had no part in it.


Contact

Emergency
(434) 592-3911

Non-Emergency
(434) 592-7641

LUPD is Available 24/7


(434) 455-0375 (fax)

lupd@liberty.edu

Green Hall, Room T725


Hours

Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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