Sharing parking spot etiquette

Andrew Leone /

What is the etiquette of sharing a full parking spot with an already parked cycle (motorcycle or moped). This assumes you don't know the other person.

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Don’t do it.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

It's a moped you park yours on the sidewalk

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> All RedRed Wrote:

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> Don’t do it.

Just like you don't park in someone else's garage or driveway , assuming you don't know them . ;)

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Bikes are like people, so:

What is the etiquette of sharing a bed with an already sleeping person. This assumes you don't know the other person.

(Keep in mind who ever was just riding that person might come back at any moment)

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Paul Boyer (OFMC) /

LOL on that one Rebel:-)

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> Rebel Moby Wrote:

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> Bikes are like people, so:

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> What is the etiquette of sharing a bed with an already sleeping person.

> This assumes you don't know the other person.

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> (Keep in mind who ever was just riding that person might come back at

> any moment)

:D

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Probably Fred /

Bike rack

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Captain Janeway /

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Please get a better lock. That would be gone in about 20 seconds here.

OP get another spot. Pisses me off when people with bigger bikes try to jam in with mine and I can't get in to unlock mine. I'm tempted to pull the stem valve on the same dick who keeps doing it to me at the train station. (edited)

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Dirty30 Dillon /

> Andrew Leone Wrote:

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> What is the etiquette of sharing a full parking spot with an already

> parked cycle (motorcycle or moped). This assumes you don't know the

> other person.

If they are not parked in the center of the spot, just give them a respectable distance. Really no specific etiquette.

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Alexandro Ramirez-Nagy /

If they parked in the middle don't. But if they parked in the corner, don't either. I wouldn't trust them if I didn't know them.

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> Captain Janeway Wrote:

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> Please get a better lock. That would be gone in about 20 seconds here.

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> OP get another spot. Pisses me off when people with bigger bikes try to

> jam in with mine and I can't get in to unlock mine. I'm tempted to pull

> the stem valve on the same dick who keeps doing it to me at the train

> station.

Haha..ya sharing a parking spot is just asking for it.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Asking for what exactly? Asking to save a space for a vehicle that requires a full space?

Sharing is fucking caring

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> Asking for what exactly? Asking to save a space for a vehicle that

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> Sharing is fucking caring

Ya you prolly share underwear too^^

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Dirty30 Dillon /

> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> Ya you prolly share underwear too^^

WTF is underwear

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Clothing or an article of clothing worn next to the skin and under other clothing such as undershirt, underpants and socks.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Oh, that sounds nice

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My work has whee spots for 2 wheelers. But they are among the handicapped spots and I've already seen a motorpickle get hit... so if the center spots arent open, I pick an isolated parking spot, pavement or otherwise.

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In L.A., where parking is a precious and scarce commodity, it is totally common and expected for motorcycles to share parking spaces. Just make sure the other bikes that are already parked have the space they need to easily leave, and if possible leave space for additional bikes. Simple as that.

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Brad William /

> Mike Boyd Wrote:

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> In L.A., where parking is a precious and scarce commodity, it is totally

> common and expected for motorcycles to share parking spaces. Just make

> sure the other bikes that are already parked have the space they need to

> easily leave, and if possible leave space for additional bikes. Simple

> as that.

Been doing this with my motorcycles and mopeds for thirty years, Chicago, Monterey , Savannah , Grand Rapids, and hundreds of places in between. Never, not once, had a problem. I find 99.99 percent of people on two wheels respect and take care of each other.

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Bad Cadillac™ /

> Captain Janeway Wrote:

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> Please get a better lock. That would be gone in about 20 seconds here.

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> OP get another spot. Pisses me off when people with bigger bikes try to

> jam in with mine and I can't get in to unlock mine. I'm tempted to pull

> the stem valve on the same dick who keeps doing it to me at the train

> station.

Get a metal valve cap that can be tighten with a small wrench/pliers, so it's can't be loosened with fingers.

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Probably Fred /

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I live between cities and it’s pretty safe 10-15 miles in either direction, Most times I only need lock to a rack so my bike don’t fall over if rack is in In wet grass (see picture)

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But the cable lock is better than what most people do, people out here they just lean their bicycles against a building or leave them laying on the ground, cars leave windows open or running while they go in and grab a few items,

Though it’s getting pretty crowded out here since they built many homes and several apartments it’s still not quite like a city where I grew up but back then the neighborhoods were nice and most people left their houses unlocked,

USA is Big so when a neighborhood gets bad just move away,

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