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Posted: 03/07/19 11:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Tell the HOA you want the rules enforced so you will have access to your driveway.


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Can’t believe this thread is still alive.
Another suggestion, take a class in negotiations or conflict resolution since you seem to be very sheepish in dealing with this. It’ll help in life in general too.

Realistically, I’d probably not care until it p!ssed me off one day and then I’d park the camper in front of their cars, unhook and leave for a couple days! Or one of my previous suggestions depending on whether I wanted to be nice, sneaky or belligerent about it.


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That won't work because there is most likely a regulation against having RVs. So, you'd end up being the one fighting the HOA after the neighbors complain.


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Install a back up beeper on your trailer Then spend a few Saturday mornings starting at 7am trying to back your trailer into your driveway. Eventually people will get tired of hearing the beeping and ask you how they can get you to stop or they will be the ones to call the HOA.

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zcookiemonstar wrote:

Install a back up beeper on your trailer Then spend a few Saturday mornings starting at 7am trying to back your trailer into your driveway. Eventually people will get tired of hearing the beeping and ask you how they can get you to stop or they will be the ones to call the HOA.


That’s the best idea yet. Man up, take no prisoners.


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toedtoes wrote:

That won't work because there is most likely a regulation against having RVs. So, you'd end up being the one fighting the HOA after the neighbors complain.


I didn’t read all the posts but it appeared to me that the RV is allowed to stay in the driveway for packing and unpacking. The RV is NOT stored on the property.

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JohnG3 wrote:

toedtoes wrote:

That won't work because there is most likely a regulation against having RVs. So, you'd end up being the one fighting the HOA after the neighbors complain.


I didn’t read all the posts but it appeared to me that the RV is allowed to stay in the driveway for packing and unpacking. The RV is NOT stored on the property.


Yes, but it is very possible that the HOA will take issue with the RV more than people parking on the street - especially since they've been doing it for at least a couple years without issue.

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I wouldstop paying HOA Dues until parking is enforced and you get what you are paying for, access to your own driveway.


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I would strongly suggest going to the President of the Association and speaking with him or her about your problem. They can most likely explain why the rule is not enforced.


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timjet wrote:

JALLEN4 wrote:


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I would strongly suggest going to the President of the Association and speaking with him or her about your problem. They can most likely explain why the rule is not enforced.


Finally after 10 pages of discussion the right answer appears!


Or take care of it for you as the president of our HOA would. He's active and not afraid to confront issues. He often turns things around.


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