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Old 06-07-2016, 04:39 PM   #31
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Your last sentence just made you a lot of friends (end sarcasm). Just because you had a bad experience with an inconsiderate slob with a trashy RV doesn't mean all RVs should be banned from parking on the streets or in driveways. That's throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
No where did I state they should be banned, your extrapolating. There's a difference between stored and reasonable usage, such as leaving or arriving from a trip.

Y'all wanna live in a ratted out RV under a lean-to with your truck parked in your yard.... go for it. I don't want it near me. It attracts rodents, inbreds, adult kids with mullets and loud music.
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Old 06-07-2016, 04:42 PM   #32
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No where did I state they should be banned, your extrapolating. There's a difference between stored and reasonable usage, such as leaving or arriving from a trip.

Y'all wanna live in a ratted out RV under a lean-to with your truck parked in your yard.... go for it. I don't want it near me. It attracts rodents, inbreds, adult kids with mullets and loud music.
Wow stereotyping. I dont want to live near you. The people down the block live in that sort of arrangement. They have lost two sons in military combat.

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Old 06-07-2016, 05:16 PM   #33
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No where did I state they should be banned, your extrapolating. There's a difference between stored and reasonable usage, such as leaving or arriving from a trip.

Y'all wanna live in a ratted out RV under a lean-to with your truck parked in your yard.... go for it. I don't want it near me. It attracts rodents, inbreds, adult kids with mullets and loud music.
You completely missed the point. You said you don't want any RVs stored on driveways or on the street after you got through complaining about the slob with the trashy RV. You were justified in complaining and I commend you for dealing with the situation but, just because he was a slob with a trashy RV doesn't mean all RVers are slobs and all RVs are trashy nor should it be assumed that they will be.

What's wrong with adult kids with mullets? It's not their hair that matters (they could be wearing purple mohawks for all I care as long as they behave). What matters is if they behave, maintain their property

I don't want a ratted out RV parked in my yard or in my neighborhood. I do not tolerate neighbors making unnecessary noise, such as loud music, and have involved the police in the past. I do not appreciate your unfounded opinion of me (it came across as an insult) just because I'm not as narrow minded as you are. I'm glad I don't have you for a neighbor.
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Old 06-07-2016, 05:21 PM   #34
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Old 06-07-2016, 06:20 PM   #35
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This thread is becoming very unfriendly. It's very close to being locked. Let's stay on track and stop fighting with each other please.
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Old 06-07-2016, 07:34 PM   #36
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I do live in a subdivision where we are not allowed to park campers boats or trailers in our driveway and they don't really say anything if we have something there overnight so we can prepare for a trip but most homeowners associations tend to err on the side of caution to keep circumstances like rustys from occurring ... if I had acreage I would probably keep it there but I don't so I pay for outside storage near the lake where I camp and I am fine with it.
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Old 06-07-2016, 09:07 PM   #37
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We have a 3 day rule, any type of RV or boat/trailer can only be on the driveway for a max of 3 days, or you are ticketed. You can have your toys stored behind a 6 foot privacy fence, as we do. It gives you tune to unpack or clean out the boat, before storing it.

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Keep it civil please

Thanks everyone for sharing their experiences. It's pretty cool to look at this from so many different perspectives I couldn't have thought of myself.

Believe me I know this subject can get the blood boiling. But please be considerate of others. I think sometimes we try to be funny and light hearted about things others are dead serious about.

I know from spending time on this forum that we all are pretty good people with at least one thing in common... Camping and making good memories!
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Thanks everyone for sharing their experiences. It's pretty cool to look at this from so many different perspectives I couldn't have thought of myself.

Believe me I know this subject can get the blood boiling. But please be considerate of others. I think sometimes we try to be funny and light hearted about things others are dead serious about.

I know from spending time on this forum that we all are pretty good people with at least one thing in common... Camping and making good memories!
Agree, that attitude will keep the discussion going. Keeping it civil and posting insults or things to generate hurt feelings will not allow the discussion to run it's course.

There are so many different circumstances that no rules about storing/parking rvs can be universal.
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Interesting thread…
I would just like to add that anyone who stores a trailer at home should take the time to go to the city's website and look up the relevant municipal codes (or HOA rules, or whatever governing body applies). In addition to the Jayco we also have a ski boat and a utility trailer. The utility trailer has a spot to sit where nobody (not even me unless I go back there) can see it. There is a second out of sight spot but it only fits one trailer which means that throughout the year either the boat or the Jayco is in the driveway. I've never worried about it since my driveway goes past the side of the house into the backyard and I know I'm following the rules. I even printed out copy and hang on to it just in case. Take the time to learn the rules so when a nosy neighbor mentions something you don't get caught off guard.
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