How much room do we need to be able to back into a driveway? Has anyone dealt with keeping a trailer in a semi-urban neighborhood?
I am impressed with Kevin's photo.
That is one tight spot!
Robert and I live in an older neighborhood in Mid-City San Diego. We do not have a driveway, but are on a corner lot with wide streets. The fence has a 16' wide gate and we have a 2' x 10' steel plate we have to use to bridge the curb to access the back yard. Plus we have to coordinate with the neighbors who park in front of the gate. It will cost us $10,000 to have a proper driveway permitted and built, so we're muddling along with our steel plate for now.
When we had the Compact Jr.
we found it easy to unhitch in the street and push it into the yard.
The Fiber Stream
is too heavy for that, so we back it in with the van. I find that I need the wide street to make the 90<sup>o</sup> turn backing up to hit the 10' wide plate without falling off one side.