solo318 Posted June 4, 2020 Report Share Posted June 4, 2020 (edited) Posted by a member of this forum; "That's one nice set up you've got there. I too have a Super-C (2015 Dynamax DX3-37RB). Once I added a 20' Featherlite trailer (to bring my Prius along), my overall length went from 40' to 64'. That's too long for the RV spots found at most Cracker Barrel (where I believe you were when you took that picture). I would ask that you do NOT use RV spots at Cracker Barrel when your trailer is hooked up. It's clear in your picture that Both the front and rear of your set up extend into traffic lanes (which ARE used by delivery and garbage trucks) at least partially blocking said lanes. When my trailer is is hooked up, I'll park at the far end of the parking lot (which does mean I'll take up ~ seven "standard" parking stalls) but, doing it that way means I do NOT block any traffic lanes (I also plan to arrive at non-peak hours). If it's not possible to for me to park without blocking a travel lane, I move on. I've seen quite a few Cracker Barrel stores that abut a Home Depot store. Home Depot lots, in my experience, always have lots of space; I park on the Home Depot side and walk over the grass to Cracker Barrel (although I doubt you'd be allowed to overnight at Home Depot). Cracker Barrel already has many locations posted " NO SEMI TRUCK PARKING. When we "big boys" extend into traffic lanes, we're giving Cracker Barrel a good reason to end the courtesy of RV parking. Many Denny's locations have actual truck parking (as well as WiFi availability inside). This is just one way big rig operators must adapt in ways "regular" RVs don't have to. Please do not be part of the problem. Wishing you safe travels!" So a member here decided to be "courtesy police" and complain about my parking. 1. Have you been to the Cracker Barrel in the picture? 2. where is the primary drive aisle? 3.where is the secondary drive aisle 4. why should I change restaurants when the one I already chose accommodates me just fine. 5. Why should I trespass on another business and risk getting towed away? Why would I block 7 standard parking spaces (your words) instead of taking a space assigned for the task at hand. 6. Is your sanctified judgement good enough from a picture to determine how much of the drive aisle is blocked? or how much remains for another RV or Semi to clear my Rv? 7. Do you not have anything better to do than to cruise the internet and complain about others 8. really? a Prius? Edited June 4, 2020 by solo318 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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