Direnzo’s Towing has been featured on TB Daily News a lot lately, which is almost always a sign that you need to get your act together. They got caught trying to run up a $16,000 bill on a deceased competitor, used their connections with State Police Captain Robert Johnson to create a virtual towing monopoly, and they hire drivers like this.
You would think that some sort of company meeting would be in order, in which they tell employees that people are watching them, so they should probably avoid doing anything nefarious that could end up with them being featured on TB Daily News again.
But instead it appears as if each two truck driver is saying “hold my beer” when the guy before them seems to have hit rock bottom, because this happened today on Route 20 in Auburn.
I understand that it’s hump day and all, but they don’t have to ride and pound the rear ends of everything they see.
Read-ending is almost always the fault of the driver who did the rear-ending. Obviously this tow truck driver was following way to closely, and failed to recognize that his truck is a virtual weapon of mass destruction. It’s just remarkable how tone deaf this company is. They know that people are onto their schemes and they just keep on behaving more unprofessionally than the day before.
I think a fair punishment for this would be forcing Central Mass Towing to haul the truck out of there, then have the police tell Direnzo’s that the car has to stay at CMass Towing for three months because it’s a “crime scene,” then demand $16,000 to get it back. Comment of the day right here:
Hat tip to you Vijay.
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