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Q: Chinese manners. What the heck is up with the law in Wales?

16 weeks 2 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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The problem is easily solved, you unlock the car one night and roll it into the street, buy a unlock kit online, or buy a slim jim at the parts store and watch a video for the car model on where the lock is, when the car is in the street blocking traffic, the police have to tow it away and charge daily for storage.

 

When the owner returns, you have no knowledge of what happen, I wanted to call you to let you know your car was stolen, but you did not leave a number in China. We're very sorry but I'm sure the police can find your car.

 

This happen to me as a landlord when a tenant moved out and would not take the x wifes car that the judge gave him and the payments, so he left it in a one car space rental that I could not rent. I could have waited for the repo man to take in 2 months and lose 2 months rent or find an alternative solution. I could not under local laws tow it away unless it was to a repair shop, the tow company would not take responsibility, so you do what you got to do. One morning it was blocking the road and the police had it removed for blocking a public roadway. The bank repo's the car and pays the storage, and I got to rent the unit. The hard work was taking off the tires and removing the brakes to get it to roll and putting the tires back on because i could not get it in neutral and it was an automatic, dump the brake junk in a river somewhere, no evidence, the tow truck driver does not care if the car has brakes, its going to storage.

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why don't they just let the police take the car away?

It is private ground and you can just ban the car...

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You'll need to have it towed. I don't know how it works in Wales, but in my town we can call a police tow truck. But Wales seems to be run by overly sensitive hippies. 

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Even money says his "gift" is a thing of tea or one of those super-cheap plastic Buddhas. 

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Sure sure, my Chinese neighbors wouldn't mind me using their parking spot when I head home for christmas.

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