We've read about the tough housing situation So Cal, are you tied to this area or can you relocate? Just a thought. from PA.Yep - My garage situation is absolutely ridiculous!
However, I’ve never parked my honda’s on the street and risked them being broken into, stolen or messed up from the salt air.
I wish buying a home or condo with a bigger garage in So Cal was as easy as buying a 2019 Passport.
I am a freelance technical director for live events, so I could live anywhere there is an airport. However, like many other millions in So Cal., I am here for the weather...68* the end of June makes me happy!We've read about the tough housing situation So Cal, are you tied to this area or can you relocate? Just a thought. from PA.
Ha! Yes, no room for a snow blower!OK, yes you do have far better weather than PA, it was 7 below zero February 1st here. Also, you'll need room in your garage/shed for a snow blower.
Get a smaller car, make more money to buy a better domicile, or get out of CA..Finally home for 38 days and I think I’ve parked maybe 6 times in my garage since I bought my Passport on April 13. My skills are certainly improving and I’ve only turfed two curbs because of the drastic size difference after 13 years in my CRV! View attachment 3371 View attachment 3371
For parking in my garage, after a while I began to understand which sensors are triggering by looking at the console display and you are right, all trigger at least once. The front sensor allows me to get within about 2 inches of the wall, which is something I could never do with my Civic.In the confines of our garage, all the sensors seem to go off at the same time making no sense to me but telling me that I'm close to a lot of walls! I'm almost comfortable with the spatial dimensions of the PP so parking it should soon be a non-thinking process.