WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Game day parking can be a pain for Purdue students. If you park in the wrong spot, your car could be relocated, or impounded.
Purdue Police Sergeant Keene Red Elk said there are designated places to park and officers are out looking for violators.
He said in the last few years, the amount of illegal parking on campus has gone down from 35 cars towed per game, to about 20.
Red Elk said if your car isn't where you parked it after the game, it has most likely been moved, not impounded.
He said drivers can usually find their cars in the Discovery Lot, which is on the far south end of campus.
Drivers will have to pay a $35 fee, plus a tow charge.
This doesn't include private properties just off campus. Red Elk said any car just off of campus could be impounded at the owner's discretion.
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