We recently had to evict friends living in our rental house. 3 vehicles have been left behind. I know they can't move them, since none run, and they had to use my truck and my towbar to move them there when they moved in. One's a '89/'90 Ford F150 shortbed 4x4 with a bad motor. 2nd is a '76 Chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 minus motor. This belongs to his friend, but his friend was selling it to him. I know it's not paid for. 3rd is a Chevy Z34 car with something wrong with it. They bought this car from the owner of a muffler shop that I always have exhaust work done at. I heard that the car was never paid for in full. We have put all 3 vehicles on the street, and our main option is to call the city and have them towed off. Since the true legal ownership of two are in question, I'm thinking about going to his friend and asking what he wants to do about the Chevy truck, and asking the owner of the muffler shop if he still has any interest in the car. I suppose we could also consider them abandoned and legally seize them, and try and sell/part them out for money we are owed, but I don't feel like doing that. Only one of the three I'd want any part of is the Chevy truck, but it's technically someone elses. Theres also some leftover parts in the garage. I'm trying to be fair about this, but I don't know if I should do anything that goes out of my way to do a favor. The last water bill we got is nearly twice the usual cost, indicating they probably intentionally left water on to jack up our bills after they knew they were being evicted. Would you just call the city and have them towed? Or try and obtain legal posession? Or do what I'm thinking and let the owner of the truck and the person owed money on the car know the situation before proceeding?