Some neighborhoods in and around Los Angeles may be getting relief from the RVs that camp out on public streets for days, months, or years on end, but not all neighborhoods. Along the western end of Washington Boulevard which divides Venice and the Marina, posted signs clearly limit parking to two hours between 8 a.m. and midnight. That doesn’t stop the RVs from parking there continuously.
I present to you (and will be presenting to Parking Enforcement, with the license plate number) Exhibit A. The RV pictured here is perhaps the worst offender in the bunch. It parks in the same spot day in and day out. Sometimes it even has a bicycle chained to its right side mirror, not exactly the sign of an imminent move within two hours. Yesterday, its windshield was covered in grime, yet another indicator that it has not been driven anywhere for some time.
1. “Problems with my driving? Call 1-800-F**KOFF”
and my favorite,
3. “It’s All About Me.”