One of the worst kinds of bailor/bailee relationships is when your car is towed. I used to park on the street when I was in college, and sometimes a few days would go by before I checked it, because I didn't know there was a law requiring people to move their cars every 2 days. One day, my car, which I parked in approximately the same place each day, got towed- and I didn't know for a couple of weeks.
The ensuing fees I had to pay were exorbitant, and the worst part is that I hadn't even been alerted, by either the city of the towing company, that my car had been take. The law ought to require, in that instance, that the bailee inform the bailor as soon as possible that their car is being taken; I was told that I should have gotten a ticket, but I hadn't.