I was visiting a friend for the weekend who lives here. I parked on a Friday afternoon in the guest parking area with a proper guest parking pass hanging in the mirror. Went out Saturday afternoon to see that my car was gone. Turns out I was one spot away from the guest parking so management towed the car. The lot was more than half empty both times I had seen it, and my friend said he's never seen it full either. But either way, the manager could have looked up his number and let us know that I should move my car eight feet forward. Instead they got it towed without any notice and cost me just over $350. The guest parking has one tiny sign indicating where to park, but has absolutely no clear indication of where exactly it starts and ends. It's so badly defined, it looks like they did it on purpose. The only place you can find where visitor parking starts and ends is in the documents given to the tenants while signing the rental agreement... as if they are expected to show that to anyone they ever invite to visit them. My friend almost got towed himself for having tabs that expired the week before. Management was writing the paperwork for it when he caught them and put a stop to it. First of all, it's illegal in the state of Minnesota to tow a car for having expired tabs unless the tabs are more than 3 months out of date. Secondly, even if that weren't true, it would have been the same amount of work IF NOT LESS for management to simply call him and let him know that he should update his tabs. Are they getting paid off by the towing company, or do they just want to watch the world burn?