Uploaded on May 10, 2011
When you live in your vehicle, when/if you're not working or doing normal day to day things, where should you park your vehicle, especially overnight? https://www.facebook.com/likejeff4jus...
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Parking Program Phone Numbers:
Santa Barbara, Ca (805) 963-7777
Ventura, Ca (805) 659-3598
Eugene, Or (541) 514-1435
There's a lot to consider:
-Is the neighborhood safe?
-What's the crime rate in the area?
-Are there vehicle size restrictions?
-Is the area patrolled by police often?
-Is it an excessively cold or hot location?
-Should you park level, uphill, or downhill?
-Are vehicles often broken into in the area?
-Are there vehicle size parking restrictions?
-Is there a safe parking program in your area?
-Are there "No Trespassing" & "Tow Away" Signs?
-How vigilant is the neighborhood? Will you blend in?
-Are security guards and cameras nearby? If so, might they report you?
-Are there times you cannot park due to street sweeping or other timed limits?
-How can you park strategically for fuel efficiently and accessing areas you need?
-Is it illegal to sleep in a vehicle in your location? If it is, are you willing to commit civil disobedience and get arrested?
-Should you parking in residential areas, plaza lots, city lots, parking garages, rest stops, campgrounds, tent towns, church lots, at the beach/river, a friend/relative's place, etc...
Tips: keep cell phone charged and reachable; don't keep cell phone to close to your body to avoid cancer risks; don't leave your keys in the ignition; keep keys near you; don't leave theft temptations visible; put curtains or sun-prevention visors up to reduce heat and shield you from window breaks.
Disclaimer: commentary opined in this video is solely my opinion and not at all meant to serve as legal advice, health advice, or automobile mechanic advice. You are encouraged to do your own homework and decide for yourself the safest place for your to park while living in your vehicle. Best wishes.
Filmed 2010 10-17 and 2011 02-24, 02-27, 03-05, 03-06, 03-12, 03-15, 03-30, 03-31, 04-01, 04-05, 04-07, 04-10, 04-13, 04-15, 04-19, 04-20, 04-21, 04-28, 05-06, 05-09.
Main speech filmed 2011 04-19
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