Can my neighbor park across the street at the bottom of my drive?
Question Details: My neighbor's old truck (which doesn't have a license plate) is parked across from the bottom of my drive. The other night I was backing out and hit the truck and broke a tail light. We asked him to move it a few feet so no one else would hit it, especially since winter is coming and our drive way is on a hill. However, he refuses to move it. Can he do that and what should we do?
Is he parking in a legal spot--someplace he can legally park a vehicle? If he is, there is nothing you can do about this. While it would be wise and considerate of him to park elsewhere, the law does not require wisdom or consideration: he can park in any legal spot, even if it complicates matters for you.
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