Originally posted by roll_over
I'm looking at some of these. So you can't have a trailer on your drive way?
by letter of the law, you are not allowed to have a recreational vehicle (trailer or RV) parked at the FRONT of your house for more than 24 hours.
Work trailers have an exemption if they are performing a job there.
Overview of RV regulations
Detached trailers and campers cannot be parked on city streets or alleys.
RVs, such as motorhomes, can be parked on a street immediately adjacent to the owner's residence for a maximum of 36 hours. The RV must then be moved to an off-street location for not less than 48 hours before it can be returned to the street.
RVs can be parked on front yards and driveways for up to 24 hours. Please refer to the Land Use Bylaw 1P2007.
Parked RVs cannot block the view of intersections, crosswalks, playgrounds or signs.
Parked RVs cannot obstruct the movement of other vehicles.
Fines for violations of these regulations on public property range between $50 and $100.
So a trailer can not be parked in front of your house either, but can be parked along the side, or at the back, and does not have to be behind a fence, unless your community has bylaws that stipulate that.
Utility and RV trailers are covered here as well.
C_dave had an issue about this once, and his trailer parked in his driveway, but the driveway was at the SIDE of his house, and thus, was parked legally, and obviously not behind a fence.
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Originally posted by Mibz
Always a fucking awful experience seeing spikers. Extra awful when he laps me.
Last edited by spikerS on 04-02-2014 at 01:01 AM
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