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Old 03-07-2013, 09:45 PM   #21
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Parked mine in the apartment for years, the neighbors were a couple of women who would come over and sit on it, so they didnt care. Management never saw anything since I lived in the very back corner
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i live on 3rd floor...so parking in my apt i out of the question.

But i usually park underneath the stairwell which is hidden from the parking lot. No problems so far. also keep it chained and covered.

In our previous unit (same apt) one of the females that worked in the office lived right above us so 3-4 days after i got my 1st bike she told me i couldnt park under the stairwell...we moved to a new unit a month later & i resumed parking my bike under the stairwell of our new building. All is good.
I believe parking under a stairwell is a fire code violation
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Old 03-08-2013, 06:51 AM   #23
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I bought a house many years ago, no garage.

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