So gimme your honest opinion.
I drive a Ford F-150 to work. I work at a hospital with very sparce parking and so I park across the street in a grocery store parking lot. I got kinda sick of that, and decided to park on the street instead. I parked my truck on the main street at an intersection corner. At first I was parking pretty near the intersection, not really thinking anything of it. Then last week, I walk out to my car after work and find a little note that someone had typed up and printed out on a laser printer.
So this note bugged me. It did make me realize, hey parking close to the intersection could make it difficult to turn, and that was fine. But that second sentence really bugged me. First of all, I knew the law was not 30 ft. So I call the police station and ask and they say the law is 8ft. That made much more sense to me. It would have been one thing to say parking there made it difficult to see, but to mention the law to me is a veiled threat. Then to exaggerate the law by 300% … So I have kept parking there. I just made sure I am 10-15 ft from the corner-since I expect the note writer might just try to call the cops on me and I didn’t want to take any chances.
Ok, so a week goes by and today I got another note! Here it is:
So what do you think? What would you do?
Please assume, you live a life that does require the ownership of a pickup truck the size of a F150… …thanks for listening…