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Old 02-25-2018, 02:47 AM   #7
Chance
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State: Texas
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Originally Posted by halfprice View Post
So it appears you guys think its a bad law. Not me. I dont want people in cars or rvs sleeping in front of my house. ....cut....
Agree. I wouldn't want strange cars or RVs parked in front of my house either.

The article says law applies to residential areas, so still lots of places for cars and RVs to park in non-residential locations.

The problem I see with letting anyone (rich or poor) park anywhere for the night is that the most desirable areas in the country would be bumper-to-bumper with campers staying for free. What would keep 1,000s if not millions of vehicles from parking along famous beaches, parks, etc.? I'd bet any of us who tries to overnight in an RV along Central Park or South Beach would get run off quickly.
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