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Fizz wrote:

Friend of mine rented a new house.
He has to fold in the mirrors on his Toyota SUV to get in.
No wonder everybody parks outside.


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PartyOf Five wrote:

www.boondockerswelcome.com and what about leaving it at Walmart etc. for 2 days at a time with your truck and use an Uber?


That's about as white trash as those that live in Wallymart parking lots...not to mention leaving your (expensive) vehicle AND TT there unoccupied. May as well leave the doors unlocked so someone doesn't have to vandalize them in order to burglarize them!

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WTP-GC wrote:

Drive around and look for a street corner, parking lot, closed business, etc...some place where people seem to put their cars, trucks, trailers out for sale. Park it there and put a for sale sign on it with a stupid high price. Come back and get in a week.


Creative solution! Maybe sketchy depending on how attractive the trailer is and where it's at.

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Voyager One wrote:

We are snow-birding in Texas with our travel trailer and will be staying in a condo for a week. The condo property does not allow travel trailers on their property. Does anyone have any ideas or experiences on where to park our travel trailer for the week? Thank you

What's the downside to leaving it at whatever campground or RV park youre at, at the time, or going to be at after the condo trip? They might let you park it and not charge for the site if you're staying there a while. Or worst case, you pay for the site for a week, which likely won't be much if any more than short term storage lot. Have you called storage places where you'll be staying?

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Storage place or even a nearby campground should work.


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Fizz wrote:

Friend of mine rented a new house.
He has to fold in the mirrors on his Toyota SUV to get in.
No wonder everybody parks outside.



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bucky wrote:

Fizz wrote:

Friend of mine rented a new house.
He has to fold in the mirrors on his Toyota SUV to get in.
No wonder everybody parks outside.



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At the time there was a different post about storing a RV in a narrow garage directly above this post, I believe Fizz responded to the wrong thread.

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