Michigan Auto Lost & Found
Michigan's Auto Lost & Found system is undergoing improvement to create a better customer experience. Please visit this page again to be directed to the new application starting Tuesday, February 19, 2019.
Please note: Vehicles includes motor vehicles, ORVs, and snowmobiles. Vessel includes watercraft.
Nationwide, abandoned vehicles and vessels pose an environmental, health and safety hazard. They also lower property-values and have a negative impact on our quality of life. The task of identifying and removing junk cars and boats diverts local, county, and state government resources from more serious issues such as protecting the public and crime prevention.
Michigan is taking action to protect the public as well as the beauty and integrity of its communities. Michigan passed legislation in 2005 and 2014 to help reduce the number of abandoned vehicles and vessels. The laws streamlined the procedures for identifying and processing abandoned vehicles and vessels, while protecting the rights of owners.
The Michigan Auto Lost & Found Website provides owners, law enforcement, and "custodians" (towing agencies, law enforcement agencies and municipal impound lots) with the tools needed to combat this problem.
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