Yes. One turned out to be my landlord. My roommate didnt know he also had an A8. They're "low-tack", so they're strong enough to stay but not ruin the car. They'll peel off of paper. I put them on their windshields, just in case. It also stands out more to people walking by.
-Craig- 95 Rio Grande 07 Ram 1500
I'll be that if you take a look at the survey of your home, you will find that the first 10 ft or what you think is your yard, actually isn't. It is usually a right of way. Be careful what you do on that piece of ground.
thats what I was wondering, if it is a right of way does that just mean that anyone can park there? The dust and dirt is unsightly
That is a touchy situation. It's funny, the town can make you mow it if they have a mowing ordiance. They can make people shovel the sidewalk in front of their homes even though it doesn't belong to them.
I went on a call a few years ago, where a guy was towed from the grass in front of a property like yours. He ended up being a civil engineer and took the towing company to court. He won.
Where I live people get the big wooden railroad (trusses?) log things and stick em in the front of there yard, or put big rocks along the edge. The cops do not do anything about it or anybody else, but i do know that in some places the city "owns" about 8 ft from the curb. Basically the side walk and the small strip of grass between said sidewalk and the curb. I would just "build" your own curb strip, or get the spikes that they have in rental car lots that can let cars in/out, but not out/in. So if they pull in the yard, they are pretty much SOL.