RV’s Parked in Communities

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There is nothing pleasant about someone who parks their RV Camper in a home community where it takes up about two driveways and creates an eyesore just sitting there for a long period of time. Somebody should just call a company that does rv towing to haul it away.

HOA rules in most communities typically prohibit long term parking of RV’s on the open streets, that is why a home should have an RV gate so you can store it on your property, but not on the street. These create visibility blocks to for cars can’t see past them and when kids play in the streets, they can sometimes run out in front or behind an RV and not be visible to any passing cards.

If you are one of these people who keeps your RV parked on your street or community, do the right think and find a proper parking facility for it.

-Justin Germino

Updated: September 11, 2009 — 12:09 pm