AA Arlington Towing A-A Arlington Abandoned Vehicle Illegally towing vehicles Arlington, Texas!!. I recently attempted to assist a consumer whose vehicle was being towed from the Oakland Plaza parking lot. Upon providing the vehicle owner a ride to the rear section of the Oakland Plaza where A-AArlington Abandoned Vehicle driver was securing the ownersu2019 vehicle. Though the owner was present and available at the time of the tow, the driver of the tow truck immediately entered his vehicle and aggressively drove away, nearly hitting my vehicle and proceeding in the parking lot at an unsafe speed. In addition, the tow driver did not provide, or attempt to provide the vehicle owner a u201cTow Ticketu201d as per the Towing Administrative Rules under 86.709 (b) under Responsibilities of Towing Company. This company is unscrupulously towing consumersu2019 vehicles using unethical tactics. Case-in-point: Sign Postings All signs on the property are poorly positioned. Signs are posted at entry ways that cannot be read as drivers are entering the parking lot. In order for drivers to read the signs they would be require to come to a complete stop before entering the parking lot, which will cause a safety hazard due to other vehicle following the principle vehicle. The following are problematic with the signs posted at the Oakland Plaza parking lot. See attached photos Sign on east side of Oakland Blvd is only noticeable to drivers entering from the south direction. Two signs on the southeast entrance on Lancaster are not readable due distance on the left and right side. Sign on the west facing away from the entry point. Sign on the right is facing west and cannot be read by driver entering without drivers exiting the vehicle. Entry on the northwest end of parking lot has no sign. No signs posted on fence facing north of the parking lot. No signs posted on west side fence. Signage u201cPARKING DURING BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS ONLY. VEHICLES ABANDONED, MARKED FOR SALE, PARKED IN RESERVED OR CROSS STRIPED AREAS NOT ALLOWED, NO SEMI TRUCK/TRAILER PARKING.u201d Sign does not indicate any specific or particular business parking. In addition to the items listed above, A-AArlington Abandoned Vehicle Franchise Tax has ended as of June 09, 2017, as per the State Comptroller of Texas. In-as-such, at the time of the tow the company was not operating as a legally in Texas. As per the Texas State Comptroller of Public Accounts (Right to Transact Business in Texas): The entityu2019s franchise tax responsibilities ended because the entity has ceased to exist in its state or country of formation or has ceased doing business in Texas.