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Escalera Wrecker, Inc.
1515 W. 3 Mile Rd. • Mission, Texas, 78573
(956) 585-8245 • FAX  581-6668 • TDLR VSF Lic. No. 0548371

Pursuant to the Provision Contained in rule 85.703. Subchapter F, from chapter 85, Part 4 of Title 16 in the Texas Administrative Code, we are officially notifying you that the below described motor vehicles held in our custody are to be picked up, removed and all the charges paid within (41) days or this vehicles will be declared abandoned according to Texas Law.

 

Year      Make           Model                               Vin#                 Balance

2000     Chrysler      Town & Country    1C4GP44G7YB665857     $  590.00

Total charges cannot be computed until vehicle is claimed. Storage charges will accrue daily until vehicle is released.

Pursuant to the Provision Contained in rule 85.704. Subchapter D, from Chapter 85, Part 4 of Title 16 in the Texas Administrative Code, we are officially notifying you that the below described motor vehicle(s) held in our custody are to be picked up, removed and all the charges paid within (30) days. Failure of the owner or lien holder to claim vehicle(s) before the date of sale is a waiver of all right, title and interest of vehicle(s). And also a consent to the sale of the vehicle in public sale according to Texas law.

2nd Notice

Year           Make           Model                      Vin#                                 Balance

2001          Nissan        X-Terra        5N1ED28Y01C564226                     $1,330.00

Total charges cannot be computed until vehicle is claimed. Storage charges will accrue daily until vehicle is released.

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