Utah lawmakers look to tackle predatory towing

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SALT LAKE CITY — Imagine running into a sandwich shop to grab a mustard packet and coming back to find a boot on your car that costs $75 to remove.

According to Travis Taylor, human resource manager of the Jimmy John’s at 605 E. 400 South, this scenario is all too familiar to customers of the sandwich chain.

He said signage in the lot adjacent to his is “really vague,” and many of his patrons end up complaining “because they are paying $80 for a sandwich.”

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