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Old 05-22-2019, 03:30 PM   #15
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I’d be afraid one of the terrible drivers around here would hit it. And of course many of them have no insurance. The town I live in would likely tag it and eventually tow it. They are pretty patient but eventually it would have to go.

I have friends living in a neighborhood where not only can you NOT park on the street, you can’t park overnight in your own driveway! God bless HOAs...
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Old 05-22-2019, 03:39 PM   #16
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I have friends living in a neighborhood where not only can you NOT park on the street, you can’t park overnight in your own driveway! God bless HOAs...
I don't think I'd use the word 'bless' there... one of those other things "God" supposedly does seems more appropriate.
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Old 05-22-2019, 04:19 PM   #17
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There is a FamCamp on the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, which means you should be able to get your RV there pretty easily. I would have no problems leaving a travel trailer on a base while I ran into town.
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Old 05-22-2019, 05:50 PM   #18
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I’d be afraid one of the terrible drivers around here would hit it. And of course many of them have no insurance.

I don't get this. In BC you have a tag on your plate. You get the tag when you buy the basic required insurance. Police can easily spot drivers without insurance because the tag won't be up to date. Drive without insurance, you'll get a license suspension and a hefty fine.
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Old 05-23-2019, 09:37 AM   #19
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And in MB they did away with plate stickers. Now police just have to plug in plate on their computer and they know if registered and insured. With our government insurance you buy registration and insurance together.
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better one....

this is in BC....a friend of mine was driving down a road one day...went by a cop car going to other way..... sees the cop tuning around in his rearview mirror.....lights come on, he pulls over....
Good looking lady cop (he says) comes up to his window and says: "Hi, are you Mr "Smith"....Yes, M'am I am he says...to which she replies: Your driver's license is expired!...(big fine).....Imagine that....she had a plate recognition camera/software in her car that read front plates, identified the registered owner and cross checked owner's driver license status...!!!! He couldn't believe it...and it did cost him several hundred dollars.....Ain't technology great???
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Old 05-23-2019, 02:05 PM   #21
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The Cheyenne Mountain State Park has a very large parking area for day use horse trailers. The daily admission is $7.
I would tell the gate attendant what you would like to do.
They would likely not have a problem with you dropping your trailer for a few hours.
Failing that, they have a nice visitors center parking lot.

CO Springs is a nice town. Lots of traffic, but besides that very nice.
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Old 05-23-2019, 03:14 PM   #22
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Good looking lady cop ...and it did cost him several hundred dollars..
He probably shouldn’t have said that he thought she had a nice butt.
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this is in BC....a friend of mine was driving down a road one day...went by a cop car going to other way..... sees the cop tuning around in his rearview mirror.....lights come on, he pulls over....
Good looking lady cop (he says) comes up to his window and says: "Hi, are you Mr "Smith"....Yes, M'am I am he says...to which she replies: Your driver's license is expired!...(big fine).....Imagine that....she had a plate recognition camera/software in her car that read front plates, identified the registered owner and cross checked owner's driver license status...!!!! He couldn't believe it...and it did cost him several hundred dollars.....Ain't technology great???
We need that technology here in the here in the states! I live near ‘Vegas. Half the drivers are drunk and the other half don’t have licenses or insurance!
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Old 05-26-2019, 08:02 PM   #24
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Call Sunview trailer park maybe they could rent you a day spot. (719) 576-0728
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I wonder if some gas stations might allow you to park for a few hours for a fee. They could keep an eye on it as the station is always staffed and there are many people who go in and out.
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