So, our neighbours have a huge fifth wheel RV. They used to have a smaller one that they could leave hitched up to their vehicle and park on the street, across their own driveway and just a little past the property line. They had a second baby and have now added several feet to their new RV purchase. They now cover their driveway, the space between our properties and a few inches of our driveway. In accordance with bylaw, they can only be parked up to the property line. A few inches didn't bother me, but blocking us in (which today I was fully blocked in because of another vehicle parked across the street) and not being able to see anything when we pull out - it is frustrating. The maximum time it has ever been parked out front is 24 hours, but this week, it has been four out of seven days, with no evidence of them leaving any time soon. I mentioned to the wife that we are having difficulty backing up and she said the only other place to park it was at the end of the road, but then they couldn't get power to it. I asked if they could pull forward to the other property line just to give us a little more room. She said sure. Her husband then moved it forward, but then their line wasn't long enough, so he moved it back. Do I mention the bylaw or just call? I hate neighbour politics. Hate them. Common sense and common courtesy would be so much easier.