dallas county parking enforcement fake company

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  1. diesel guy454

    diesel guy454 Medium Load Member

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    Don’t park where you aren’t supposed to. Problem solved.
     
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  3. mjd4277

    mjd4277 Road Train Member

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    The Georgia case I mentioned the trucks were legally allowed to park where they were. The Tennessee scams the drivers in some cases were in the process of paying to park when the towing company would swoop in and boot the trucks.
    Read up on the whole story behind that one.
    The same towing company tried that stunt in Arkansas and the state pulled their operating authority!
     
  4. Teamtiny

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    This post should be removed. I just.got my truck booted by the person in the picture. Told it would be $450 to remove boots from truck and trailer. I told the guy "I don't have it". Talked with him for about 10 minutes he went and called his dispatcher or office personal and came back. I was sure he was going to offer me "a reduced price" but he said I've given authorization to remove the boots. No fine. I offered him a cashapp tip out of gratitude and he refused it. He went on to say he was aware about this thread and...
    Dallas County charges businesses for vehicles parked over night.

    They ARE contracted with walmart.

    They wear body cams at all times to record their activity.

    Always look for "booting or immobalizing" signs when entering a business.

    If a tow truck shows up do NOT exit the vehicle it is illegal for them to tow you.

    This is a legitimate contracted business and this post should be removed for inaccurate information.
     

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  5. dieselpowered

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    The city of Dallas has no parking authority on private property only violation possible any private property be a from a code enforcer which likely be with the owner of a establishment or house, Lastly on city of dallas only a handful positions work at night mostly vital stuff like for water lines for city workers code enforcement isn't one the important roles they work in daylight only. The fact your first post here and joined recently tells me your likely the scammer or one his friends that is if someone like him could have friends...
     
  6. mjd4277

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  7. Lonesome

    Lonesome Mr. Sarcasm

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    No one said "city of Dallas" Name of said company is Dallas County Parking Enforcement. Rather large difference.
     
  8. 2Tap

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    Thank you for your accurate interpretation of the law Perry Mason.

    Had you called the local police or sheriffs department said contracting company would have removed the boot. You should really take the time to educate yourself properly. Not knowing is ok but spreading some false narrative you learned on youtube in 10 minutes doesn't excuse ignorance of the law.
     
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  9. aussiejosh

    aussiejosh Road Train Member

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    Yes think there'll never be an end to this debate the reason why is there are always two sides to the story, its like no one likes getting a parking ticket, because they've parked for more than the allowable time in street parking, no one likes getting a speeding ticket, or a DUI, even though they know their in the wrong. The same with getting booted for parking where their not supposed to park there will always be someone saying it's not right and just a money making scam, but then I've always found they don't get no money off you if you do the right thing and don't park there in the first place. On the other side of the coin if indeed someone is booting cars or trucks and they have not been authorized by the property owners to do so that would not be right either, however one has to admit it is a pretty clever way of making money though huh? :cool:
     
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  10. 2Tap

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    Even if they are permitted by the property owner, does not give them the right to deny someone else their personal property when contested. At best the property owner can pay to have the vehicle towed and even then the vehicle owner could call the police and inform them that the impound yard is unlawfully holding their and their companies personal property for a ransom as no civil forfeiture/entitlement under that color of law would be afforded.

    As others have succinctly pointed out, it's a gray area of the law where getting the police involved could be challenging, not knowing your rights will doom you. However ignoring common sense by avoiding the drama to begin with doesn't necessarily mean you have to pay the ransom. Companies pay the pittance for business reasons and even then are contesting "highway robbery" tow truck drivers with scanners pretending to be sent by the police and charging exorbitant impound fees.

    For all of you trying to play devils advocate show me case law for your state where you as a property owner have a right to deny someone else their property then move to a more sensible state if you can find it. Yea i'm probably talkin' 'bout you Kalifornia...

    There's a reason property managers, landlords and storage unit owners have to follow rules. People have property rights.

    Hell, up to the terrible Dred Scott ruling in 1868, Americans could own another human as they were seen as property or chattel. Embarrassing like "Citizens United."

    Nothing pisses a real American off more when good old King George comes for his stuff and why America has powerful personal property rights. We certainly weren't Georgie's penal colony.
     
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  11. Star Rider

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    And again everyone misses the point. This clown has no affiliation with Dallas County. He had some magnetic signs made up for $20 and bought boots on Amazon.
     
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