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Old 07-10-2016, 08:14 AM   #21
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For some reason, I still like the "Leave it at Wal Mart" fix... flat tires included.
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Old 07-10-2016, 08:51 AM   #22
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The owner knows. Likely, it's the double-rented space story, or a friend of a friend who needed temporary storage while they are selling their house, etc. I'd put some pressure on him. Put the stranger in the temp spot and he needs to give you back the one you are paying for. Unless the stranger is willing to fund your spot for a month.
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Old 07-10-2016, 12:10 PM   #23
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I'd like to haul it out into the middle of the street and abandon it. Then it's a police matter. But, I'd probably settle for squirting honey in its orifii and let the ants deal with him.
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Wow, so many ready to do criminal vandalism when they have no facts. It could be as easy as a rig parked in a site not marked properly, or, the wrong side of the site marking. Of course the lot owner should take responsibility and do what he has to to remedy the situation.
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Old 07-10-2016, 03:13 PM   #25
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Thank you again, everyone for your suggestions. I will wait a few more days to see if it gets moved. If it doesn't, I'll demand the lot owner get it towed. I'll let you know how it turns out.
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Old 07-10-2016, 03:22 PM   #26
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This would be the perfect situation for a tire boot along with a note to call you and you will unboot it at your convenience. Might be a week or two until it is convenient for you.
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Old 07-10-2016, 05:23 PM   #27
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I'm the opposite. I wouldn't live in a place where I couldn't park my RV in my driveway. As I type, I can look down on mine which is plugged into a 30 amp RV receptacle.

It's ready to go on a moment's notice.

But is a sad situation that a) someone would take your leased space, and b) the storage lot operator would actually allow someone to park in your space.
Funny, I have plenty room to park my TT at home and there are no city or HOA ordaninces prohibiting it, but I absolutely hate having it here other than the 24 hours before or after a trip. Initially I planed to keep it home, even had a 30a outlet installed, but after a few weeks it went back to offsite storage. In fact I brought it home today for a trip that starts next Saturday only because I'll be traveling for work all week and would not have the chance. Most people say it's tucked nicely out of the way on the side of my house behind the gate, but I just prefer to keep it at our storage facility a couple miles from home.

Now if I showed up and someone was in my spot I would not be as patient as the OP. If the facility owner/manager didnt want to deal with getting it moved I would simply hook up the offending trailer and move it. Probably would just leaving it in the lane next to the office and drive away. The storage place would certainly deal with it then.
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Old 07-10-2016, 08:56 PM   #28
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Talking Have it towed

I'd post some pics of it for sale on craiglist for cheap or free just tow it
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I was kidding I think....about the wal-mart thing...but I still think if I hooked it up and waved at the owner on my way out of the lot I might find out he rented my spot for what he thought was a couple of days and now the other person knows he's got the spot as long as he wants it.
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The OP's post describes a serious matter, but it also wonderful fodder for those of us with a humorous bent. So please don't stop, folks, with the illegal and vandalism ideas if, like mine, they bear a humorous intent.

Life is too darned serious. It's the number 1 cause of death.
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