EUGENE, Ore. — Local tow truck businesses claim that formerly lived-in vehicles that have been abandoned are becoming costly problems.
Clayton Trzesniewski, owner of Alpha Towing and Recovery, said that he currently has five abandoned recreational vehicles on his property that he can’t do anything with. He said some people living in vehicles will abandon them on his customers’ private properties when they become too unsanitary.
“Nobody wants to live there. They are uninhabitable. They are full of biohazards, needles, drug paraphernalia, different bodily fluids,” he said.