How do car owners decide whose cars will stand in front of their house / entrance, given that hundreds of residents live in it, and there are only 10-15 parking spaces nearby?

How do car owners decide whose cars will stand in front of their house / entrance, given that hundreds of residents live in it, and there are only 10-15 parking spaces nearby?

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answers (4)

Answer 1
March, 2021

if the management company does not sell (lease) the space, then who was the first to become the one and the place, for example, when I work, I put on the parking lot of the pool about 200 meters from the house

Answer 2
March, 2021

In the house where I have lived for the last 5 years, there are not very many motorists, and they divided the space long ago using the "who is stronger is right" method. But when one of the neighbors got a license and bought a car, and the other once decided to park a working Gazelle in the yard, as well as in those cases when someone else tried to settle in for the night, the showdown was in the style of the 90s: and glass they beat each other in cars, beat each other, and yelled until they were hoarse, and they took someone particularly zealous to the police. So I'm glad I don't have a car.

Answer 3
March, 2021

And here just everyone knows their place already, in principle, no one climbs, if the day is not your place, even an empty one can stand, but when guests come, then who managed to take a seat, but this is still more an exception from the rules, everything is calm and measured during the week

Answer 4
March, 2021

There are two options:

  1. At a meeting of residents, a decision is made to fence off the yard. Make a list of tenants with cars. Believe me, not everyone will risk leaving the car in an unguarded area. So no more than 20 cars are recruited. In this situation, you can prop up your neighbors, and in the morning call and ask them to drive the car away.

  2. Everyone parks according to the principle "who got up first, that and the slippers.

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