DOJ seeks representative of tow truck industry for complaint committee

The Montana Department of Justice seeks applications for membership to the Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee from a representative of the tow truck industry from eastern Montana.

The Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee is made up of six representatives: two members from the tow truck industry, one member from the commercial motor carrier industry, one member from the insurance industry, one member from the public and one member from the Montana Highway Patrol.

The Committee reviews and resolves complaints involving tow truck issues. The term of membership on the committee is for three years.

Interested applicants should send their letters of application to: Montana Highway Patrol, attn: Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee, 2681 Palmer St., Ste. B, Missoula, MT 59808.

Letters of application should include the applicant’s name, address and any qualifications the applicant believes are relevant to his or her ability to serve as a committee member. The deadline for applications is Jan. 24. Once the deadline for application has passed, Attorney General Tim Fox will review the applications and make a final decision on committee membership. 

Questions should be forwarded to Montana Highway Patrol Captain Jim Kitchin at (406) 531-3610 or Assistant Attorney General Kelley Hubbard at (406) 444-2026.



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