A & E Towing Does Use Illegal Drivers, With Suspended Licenses, No Identification, & No State Required Notice that they are towing your vehicle. I have proof, they towed my car and i called the police. The driver had no license on him and the police ran his name and he had a suspended license, the police made him release my Vehicle. They are taking multiple cars all over town with Illegal drivers and are careless when towing the car and will damage it. If you do not report them to the proper authorites they will continue to operate Illegally causing other people pain and suffering. Nikkirae318 is Lying saying that they are licensed, the other reviewer complained in Jan 2012, this is Mar 2018 and they are still towing people with Suspended Licenses. She Says that you can Check the State Website to Check their License Status, But it Does Not Indicate if a Drivers License is Suspened. Only The Police can tell you That or the Department of Motor Vehicles. She is Very Deceptive.If A & E Towing tries to take your car call the police and check the drivers license, its your right. Report them to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. You can file a complaint on the website, if you dont, nobody else has the Authority to control A & E Towing Illegal Practices and they will be Laughing all the way to the bank. I was shocked that a tow driver was taking peoples cars with a suspended license which is a Crime in Texas and this Company should be Investigated.
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