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Old 07-08-2016, 04:13 PM   #1
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I sure wish I lived in a neighborhood that allowed RV parking (at second thought, maybe not), but we just got back from a 2 day trip and somebody parked/dumped a 5ver in my paid RV parking spot! Was able to find a suitable short term spot, but the lot owner isn't sure who's it is, and says he can't move it b/c he doesn't have a vehicle to move a 5ver? Suggestions? Parking in SoCal is awful right now. Thousands of spaces disappeared earlier this year and people are still finding it hard to find parking. This is the best lot for us, so I don't want to get booted from it, but "That's my spot" (Sheldon voice)
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Old 07-08-2016, 04:19 PM   #2
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Any good tow truck company can, tell the owner to call one. Then the offender can pay towing and storage to get it back.
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Old 07-08-2016, 04:30 PM   #3
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Any good tow truck company can, tell the owner to call one. Then the offender can pay towing and storage to get it back.
+1 the owner of the lot has the right to do that.
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Yeah, I'd think the owner of the lot would have a tow company come and get it out.
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Old 07-08-2016, 05:01 PM   #5
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I sure wish I lived in a neighborhood that allowed RV parking (at second thought, maybe not), but we just got back from a 2 day trip and somebody parked/dumped a 5ver in my paid RV parking spot! Was able to find a suitable short term spot, but the lot owner isn't sure who's it is, and says he can't move it b/c he doesn't have a vehicle to move a 5ver? Suggestions? Parking in SoCal is awful right now. Thousands of spaces disappeared earlier this year and people are still finding it hard to find parking. This is the best lot for us, so I don't want to get booted from it, but "That's my spot" (Sheldon voice)
Loved this reference....lol One of my favorite shows!
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Yeah, I'd think the owner of the lot would have a tow company come and get it out.
That's what I'd do. And tell the lot owner that you want a credit for every day that the spot you paid for isn't available! You signed a lease for the spot...so technically it's yours.
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Old 07-08-2016, 06:16 PM   #7
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Call the police and the owner of the lot will get the message!!!
Is that called position if it on your land (leased spot)
A lock smith can make you keys and your free to stay as long as its there

I'm really getting tired of bozos like that that think they can do what they want.
I had a problem similar with a previous rented spot and I raised HE,,L and still did not get it moved.
So I moved out
they lost my money and they can just eat it___
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Call Ponch- I hear he is back in law enforcement
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The lot owner is responsible for getting it moved....
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I believe that if you leased the spot you can get it towed. Sometimes it is easier to do it yourself rather than wait for Mr Dithers to do it..
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