In practice this is very difficult to do anything about. I know because it happened to me. The police weren't interested unless any damage was done to the property, and the council weren't interested unless the pavement was being blocked. Similarly, I am a lawyer and my litigation colleagues said there was pretty much nothing I could do about it except stick a sticker in the window asking them not to park there.Another Perspective
It must depend on your jurisdiction. If a car blocks your driveway, preventing you from accessing it, the car can and will be towed by the local police and a citation will be issued. Most municipalities in the United States have town and city ordinances regarding how close a driver can park to a driveway. For example, there is a five foot limit locally. The police are happy to oblige when a property owner complains. If the car is parked on private property it certainly can be towed. If you are the owner of property no one else has the right to park their car in your driveway unless you have given them permission.
You can't park in front of a driveway, or you will get a ticket, and your car may be towed away.
no you cannot park on a dropped curb, you can have your car towed away,
I have a similar dispute with neighbors and police. From what I understand so far, as long as you do not block the driveway and if there is not sign posted, there is no feet as long as you don't block the driveway.
How can i tell if a drive way is legal or not? i live in New York city on a block where there are more than 10 drive ways and some of them look suspcious i parked in front of a drive wayand i was threatned with being my car beeing towed away please help me find witch one is legal (edited by Jennifer sule and i say i think the driveway has to be gated and signs posted that stated that if you park there that your car will be towed. otherwise that is NOT a legal driveway. this is waht a cop rtold me tonight as i live in Brooklyn and just had to fight to have a car moved from in front of what i THOUGHT was my driveway that i rent from my landlord. no gate no signs... NOT a legal driveway. hope that helps)
towed and toedTowed, ToedAfter the accident, the car was towed away.
You must park 5 feet away from a driveway.
There is a range of possibilities, depending on how long you plan to stay and whether or not you want to be friendly with your neighbors: * You can sell them the land under the driveway, which could also allow them to tear out the driveway and put in something worse, * sell them an easement to use that part of your property to cross your land, which also means it can be used as a driveway forever, * license this particular owner to use the driveway (or the driveway easement) either annually, or until they sell the house or remove the driveway, * ask them to move their driveway, or * sue them for trespass and force them to move the driveway. Whatever you do, put it into writing and have a local real estate attorney review it for you. If you completely ignore the problem, it will not go away, and the longer you wait, the more rights the neighbors may have (laches, estoppel, easement by prescription, adverse possession).
They get toad away.
If your car was towed out of a tow away zone in Brooklyn, New York, you can call 212-TOW-AWAY to find out where it was taken. Or you can call the local police precinct if your car was not towed but stolen.
yes i can be towed if your sitting in it they have dun that to me
The person that is going to be washed away is Brigette! :O
In most locations in the US, police can cite the owner of the parked car for illegal parking and obstruction, and in some cases it will be towed away. You should know your liability before having the vehicle removed on your own.
They are towed away & then repaired if not totaled.
Rosa Parks passed away in 2005.
No MOT, providing the vehicle is not dangerous to drive, is NOT a reason for the Police to have a car towed away. A car can be towed away, for no insurance, being driven by an uninsured person, or even reasonable suspicion of being driven with no insurance. No driving license or no tax are also a valid reason to have a car towed away. According to Surrey Police, if they tow your car away by mistake, providing the officer was not negligent, do not have to refund you the costs of recovering your vehicle.
ROSA PARKSRosa Parks has passed away and now she is dead
Only if the trailer is unladen, and also up for repossession. Otherwise, it must be detached from the power unit before the power unit is towed away. If there's a load on that trailer, and that trailer is towed away, the repossession agency is liable to come under criminal and civil charges.
Rosa Parks passed away at the age of 92
You don't "appeal" against them. If you feel you have been wronged by them or they in some way towed you away inappropriately, you file a small claims court case against them and then let the judge decide if they wronged you or towed you away inappropriately.
Chile and Argentina are the closest neighbors to the continent. As well, New Zealand and Australia are also 'neighbors' although they are at least 4,000Km away from Antarctica.
NO they can get there car towed away for doing that..
Neighbors and Home and away
The neighbors will be away for the next week. Our soccer team has an away game on Saturday.
Rose Parks passed away in 2005 and is buried in Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery.