My question involves a condominium located in the State of: Florida.
My wife and I own a townhome and have 2 cars. One of the Association bylaws is that 1 car must be parked in the garage and then 1 car can be parked in the driveway after that. Since the garage is only designed for 1 car and there is little storage space in the unit, it is difficult to be able to park a car in the garage because it becomes unusable.
There is no sidewalk on our side of the street and both of our cars fit in our driveway, so that they are not hanging out into the street at all. Can the HOA have my vehicle towed out of my driveway if I am not blocking a sidewalk, impeding the roadway or blocking anyone else's driveway?
I asked a tow truck driver who was in the neighborhood to tow offending vehicles and was told that I was safe as long as I didn't block a sidewalk (not possible on my side of the road) and didn't hang out into the street, but the HOA board and the Property Manager continue to threaten that.
They have sent written notices to the entire complex, as many people park 2 cars in the driveway, but they have not personally notified my wife and I about this issue in writing.