What can we do

My friend that had the bike accident, is getting better so everything is OK
with him.

At the accident the guy that took the bike, like a tow truck guy parked it
in his lot. We were talking to him, and he said that he was going to keep
the bike for free for us, because my friend lost his leg. NOw he is changing
his statement and saying that we are going to have to pay to get the bike
out. I know there was nothing in writing, so that isn’t really the big
problem.

The exhaust on the bike is now missing, and possibly other parts. I took
pictures at the yard, and it shows the pipe on there. IS there anything we
can do, now that it is missing parts.

Thanks.


~Sly

Win. 2k MCP -=- Network+ -=- A+

Re: What can we do

Most states have a division with in the State Attorney Generals office that
deals with towing company complaints (because they are so common and some
many towing companies are run by criminals) so that would be the first place
to look. Also many states require towing companies to have a license and the
licensing bureau is the place that might handle complaints. Also you can
call the police department and tell them the situation and see if they will
investigate the case which will probably cause the towing company to give
the bike back at no charge just to avoid the cops.

Just telling the towing company that you have the photos might be enough to
get them to back down on the storage charges.

Gary Stein

“Sylvester O.” <sychosly@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:bdfdif$vga$1@www.darklock.com
> My friend that had the bike accident, is getting better so everything is
OK
> with him.
>
> At the accident the guy that took the bike, like a tow truck guy parked it
> in his lot. We were talking to him, and he said that he was going to keep
> the bike for free for us, because my friend lost his leg. NOw he is
changing
> his statement and saying that we are going to have to pay to get the bike
> out. I know there was nothing in writing, so that isn’t really the big
> problem.
>
> The exhaust on the bike is now missing, and possibly other parts. I took
> pictures at the yard, and it shows the pipe on there. IS there anything we
> can do, now that it is missing parts.
>
> Thanks.
>
> –
> ~Sly
>
> Win. 2k MCP -=- Network+ -=- A+
>
>

Re: What can we do

Thanks Gary.


~Sly

Win. 2k MCP -=- Network+ -=- A+

“Gary Stein” <gestein@cnw.com> wrote in message
news:bdfkqk$7e7$1@www.darklock.com
> Most states have a division with in the State Attorney Generals office
that
> deals with towing company complaints (because they are so common and some
> many towing companies are run by criminals) so that would be the first
place
> to look. Also many states require towing companies to have a license and
the
> licensing bureau is the place that might handle complaints. Also you can
> call the police department and tell them the situation and see if they
will
> investigate the case which will probably cause the towing company to give
> the bike back at no charge just to avoid the cops.
>
> Just telling the towing company that you have the photos might be enough
to
> get them to back down on the storage charges.
>
> Gary Stein
>
> “Sylvester O.” <sychosly@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:bdfdif$vga$1@www.darklock.com
> > My friend that had the bike accident, is getting better so everything is
> OK
> > with him.
> >
> > At the accident the guy that took the bike, like a tow truck guy parked
it
> > in his lot. We were talking to him, and he said that he was going to
keep
> > the bike for free for us, because my friend lost his leg. NOw he is
> changing
> > his statement and saying that we are going to have to pay to get the
bike
> > out. I know there was nothing in writing, so that isn’t really the big
> > problem.
> >
> > The exhaust on the bike is now missing, and possibly other parts. I took
> > pictures at the yard, and it shows the pipe on there. IS there anything
we
> > can do, now that it is missing parts.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > –
> > ~Sly
> >
> > Win. 2k MCP -=- Network+ -=- A+
> >
> >
>
>