How to complain about the neighbor’s caravan
CARAVANS allow people to take trips to different places while providing them with accommodation for the night.
However, owning one means storing it for most of the year until you need to use it. Here are the rules on where you can park.
How to complain about your neighbor’s caravan
You could speak directly to your neighbor about your grievances.
If you do not want this, it is best to contact the local authorities or the police.
Can a caravan be parked in front of your house?
From the point of view of the police department, you can park there as long as you do not cause any obstruction and park carefully and responsibly.
A sensible owner needs to consider whether the way their caravan is parked will disturb other residents.
The passenger side must face the pavement so that the taillights are pointed backwards for oncoming traffic. This is to let oncoming drivers know what’s going on.
It must not obstruct the road or public footpaths.
You can’t even park your trailer across from your own driveway unless you’re picking up or dropping off passengers.
Can my neighbor park their caravan in their driveway?
Basically your property will have a clause in the deeds stating that you may or may not keep a caravan on the property.
Legally, you cannot use a caravan as a permanent residence on your property without planning permission.
For example, you might not allow a friend or family member to live permanently in a trailer home on your driveway.
It also depends on local legislation.
Is it illegal to park a caravan on the street?
From a legal point of view, the most important thing to remember is that it does not cause any obstruction or is parked dangerously.
You must ensure the following:
- Make sure the caravan is lit at night
- Park it with the passenger side facing the sidewalk so the taillights are in the rear and visible to oncoming traffic
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