It’s the age-old question, do you have “dibs” to the car sized space out the front of your house?
If you live in an apartment building or a house that doesn’t have parking, are you limited to the space in front of your “place” when trying to find a park on your street?
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Please stop parking in front of my house and park in front of where you pay rent as I park here.Disgruntled resident.
This driver recently found out some people reserve the space for their personal use when she found a note on her front windscreen after parking across the road from where she was staying in the region.
“Please stop parking in front of my house and park in front of where you pay rent as I park here,” the note read.
Is this proper parking etiquette?
Although the answer is unknown, it is probably best to find out before Christmas when it will be getting busy …
What are your parking tips.