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Lightbulb I Has a Question. - May 4, 2010, 07:24 PM

So i'm looking to pick up a 6x10 enclosed trailer. I'm also lookin to find an apartment or something closer to work.


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Have any of yous had a problem (or think it would be a problem) with the management for leaving a trailer of this size parked and acting like more of a garage for me motorbike? I have never had the pleasure of living in an apartment so i have no clue. I don't see an issue with it but i've never had to deal with punk ass mofos telling me how i can park shit.

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I think it would all depend on the apt complex. My apt complex now has trailers parked in a particular section..


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I think it would all depend on the apt complex. My apt complex now has trailers parked in a particular section..
Plus one. Ask first. Some places are cool with it. Others not so much.


Then again... That's just me.

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Some apartments are OK with it so long as it registered and tags current.
Surprisingly, in my experience, most condo's are not.

Either way, call the management office ahead of time and get clarification on the policy.



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