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Removing an attached "boot" costs $75 in Washington, D.C., but if the car is also towed, that's an additional $100  and that doesn't count the $40 per day at the impound lot, or having to pay the outstanding tickets and late fees. (The Washington Times)

Removing an attached "boot" costs $75 in Washington, D.C., but if the car is also towed, that's an additional $100 and that doesn't count the $40 per day at the impound lot, or having to pay the outstanding tickets and late fees. (The Washington Times)

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