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We have some time as my back up plan is to wait until Oct 1 and contact DMV . Their registration is out then and they will be removed for me . I was just hoping there was a way to let them know they should move that crappy truck from in front of my house sooner. They live right across the street from me as far as I know. my house is the prettiest one here in the ghetto but I really wish simple manners were taught these days . If you are unable to give me a different approach -their lack of manners will be expensive ! Oh well .
I would really like an answer should I try to repost to another expert ?
My name isXXXXX am going to offer a different answer so you can see what best fits your style of communication. No matter what you potentially might choose to escalate the situation(with town or city or what have you) the very first step that will probably be recommended to you is talking with him first.Without knowing the type of parking arrangement or the way the housing is set up its hard to make a custom answer based on that.I can tell you however that honesty is the best policy especially with regards XXXXX XXXXX and communication is needed to be honest from the beginning.I would merely let him know that you need the space for your guests, and that you need the space open because you never know when the guests will be showing up. Let him know that it means a lot to you that your guests can park on your property and that he probably wouldn't want your guests parking on his space because your own space was taken up by him, or having his guests parking on your property because you parked in his space.So basically just ask him if would mind not parking there because of courtesy to your guests you want them to park by your house, especially in the case of unloading or elderly. Just calming, nicely express this to him, and let him know you would never want your guests parking in front of his house out of courtesy to him and his guests.Honesty, and being straight forward is the best policy. Communication is key with neighbors.
Thank you but I live in the ghetto and here is an example of neighborly communication . The guy that used to live in the rented quad plex next to my single family mortgage house worked on cars . My friend could not start her car . He offered to have a look at it . He could not start it and after 30 minutes at most gave up and went home . This neighbor then had his kids taunt my dogs when ever I went to work as I then lived alone .I videotaped his kids throwing rocks at my dogs trying to get bitten ! He apparently had wanted mre to give him 20$ for the work that did not fix someone else's car . But he never even asked me to pay him . He thought he could get his kid bitten and sue me ! I will never confront a ghetto neighbor again . By doing nothing until the 1st when his tags expire he has been there 3 weeks and will not suspect me so it will cost him dearly but it is not on me .