HB Towing calls it legal, but in reality, it is ""Grand Theft Auto"". They troll neighborhoods and tow away vehicles that are supposedly in violation of a parking ordinance. Out-of-towners beware! I found out the hard way. The cost of $235 to bail out a mini van towed by HB Towing is price gouging. Why? According to HB Towing, there was an ordinance which stated that it was illegal to park a commercial vehicle (in other words, has a business name on it) overnight in this particular neighborhood. By the way, there were no warning signs of any such infraction posted on this street. How is an out of towner supposed to know these ordinances, if it is not stated any where in viewing. One such neighborhood to avoid is in Roseville, California, a John Lang Homes community in Highland Park, called Strada. Residents, who happen to have a company vehicle, have to park their cars or trucks across the street at the Target parking lot and walk across a dangerously busy road to get home, just to avoid being towed by the HB Towing vultures. This is what I found out, but only after my van was stolen by HB Towing. The visitors are being victimized; the homeowners are scared and mortified by this towing company. The law isn?t doing anything about it. So who wins? HB Towing does, of course, because they are raking in the money by charging exorbitant fees to get your vehicle back. Is this legalized stealing or grand theft auto? You decide! They are hiding behind the skirts of the hidden laws with an immoral cause. Shame on you HB Towing, as you are taking advantage and causing a lot of grief out there. How do you sleep at night? BAD KARMA, BAD BUSINESS! It explains why there are so many HB Towing locations throughout the Sacramento valley. I suspect there are a lot of folks out there who are being victimized. Time for a class action law suit. Let?s shut them down! In these poor economical times, there is no room for greedy business practices such as this!
Pros: They answer the phone.
Cons: They take the law into their own hands.