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|17th February 2012, 10:13||#46|
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Re: Parking space in independent house-Don't repeat my mistake
In my hometown in Kerala, when we designed the parking space, it was meant for two cars. but one needed to move one to get the second one out. A couple of years later, some vaasthu brilliance struck and we had some redesign which made the parking spot shorter and the entrance narrower. No more space for 2 cars, and also no more space for anything longer than a Swift (else the gate wont close behind it!).. On top of that, the road was reconstructed with a big drainage channel on one side making it narrower than before and virtually impossible for bigger cars to turn into the house. Our visitors have even had to park 200 - 300 meters away and walk to our place because of this.
Now we had to build a covered space at the back of the house and a gate there to park my Accord when I'm out of the country for long.
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