Neighbours rage at woman for parking in two spaces even though she’s allowed to

The topic of car parking on a residential road can get very heated at times.

Often neighbours have spots unofficially designated to them, while others go rogue and leave their cars anywhere.

Now one woman has claimed her neighbours are angry at her for no reason as they can't stand that she parks over two spots.

The Reddit user explained she lives in a flat with underground parking and their rent payments include two spaces in the car park.

Usually the woman parks in one of her spaces, but as the car park is tight, she finds it hard to get out if someone's next to her.

So she and her partner decided to use both spots by parking their car in the middle of the spaces.

In her post, she said: "My husband and I live in an apartment complex which has underground parking.

"As part of our rent, we pay for two parking spaces, but we only have one car.

"The parking area underneath the block is quite tight and one of our spots is next to a corner wall.

"But when someone parks in the next corner wall it overlaps our spot. This means it's quite hard to get our car in and out sometimes.

"Recently people have been parking in our second spot and we've had to leave notes to politely ask people not to do this."

She explained how her husband began parking across both of their spaces but the other day someone left a rude note.

The woman asked: "[Am I wrong] for using both my car spaces when I only have one car?

"Our neighbours might think we are s****y for using both with one car – but it's s*****er of them to park in our spot!"

Reddit users seemed to take the woman's side as she pays for the spaces so she should use them how she likes.

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One person said: "It's your parking spot. No, you are not an a**hole for using parking spots you pay for."

While another commented: "They're your spots, that you pay for. You can park however you please."

So what do you think? Let us know in the comments below…

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