why is it such a big deal parking your car in the yard,when i own it and pay taxes on it?

Asked by Charles Gibson, New Carlisle, OH Wed Aug 20, 2008

I park my car in the yard because the streets are to $%^%$&%&^$ narrow.I care about all my cars and don't want some under insured idiot wiping them out.the city has given me warnings which i ignore,they come on my property with a tow truck,that truck won't be moving very far if they do.

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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Wed Aug 20, 2008
There are deed restrictions when you purchased the home. City has to enforce code violations. Sorry hear about your situation, it can be expensive with fines. Do you have any options of parking your car? Garage, carport? If you have more than one car could lease storage space.
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Wed Aug 20, 2008
Our government at work again i see. No they can not just come on your property and tow your truck, they can however destroy trees by sending you warning letter after warning letter. Your best bet is to seek a permit to park there, you may have to ask for a curb cut to add a driveway, but it will put a stop to your problem. Good luck with the parking problem
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