Allstar Towing Towed my moving truck and new/used vehicle that had correct documentation to be parked on property Dallas, Texas!!. Mid March 2018 I was moving some items to storage utilizing a small U-Haul van. I had the proper documentation in the van and it was parked properly in space. There were 3 other U-Haul and Enterprise vans that were much larger but they were not towed. One large U-Haul van was parked up to the front door of the apartment on the lawn. The Enterprise van, also very large, was parked across five (5) parking spaces. I have photos of these. Neither van displayed proper documents and both were illegally parked yet they were not towed. Only my small rental was towed. This cost me not only the towing charge of $174.30 but additional rental miles at $0.79 per mile. I was given a receipt for only $164.30 because $10.00 had to be cash. I asked for receipt of the $10.00 and documentation of what it was paying. I was told the van had an out of state license plate. No receipt was allowed me. I had cash of $40.00 in a clear vinyl pouch along with my papers. The cash was gone! Then on March 22, 2018 I purchased a new/used car, brought it home displaying the visitor parking pass. It was towed at 3:56 am on March 23, 2013. Again the towing charge was $174.30. Again only given receipt for $164.30. When asked what the $10.00 cash was for this time I was told it was because I did not have my registration. I did have receipt of car purchase but that was not enough. This time the vehicle was damaged in the front near the radiator underpanel. CDs were missing from the jeep and the doors were unlocked.