‘Neighbour keeps blocking drive – my revenge will ruin him’

A woman has been left furious with her neighbour after he allowed his customers to block her in her drive – and she’s now planning the ultimate revenge on him.

A woman has hit out at her neighbour for clogging up the road after opening a car repair shop. She lives on a narrow lane and requires full access to park outside her home.

However, the neighbouring property has been transformed into a car repair business, resulting in customers visiting the premises throughout the day. She claims many customers ‘dump’ their cars on the lane, assuming it belongs to the repair shop, which prevents her from returning home after work.

She vented her frustration on Reddit, stating: “The property next to our laneway has been turned into a car repair shop. We have always had a pretty good relationship with the owner… or so I thought. Now, to park on the west side of his building, they have to drive across the top of our lane from the road, which has been fine.

“But over the past few months, some of his clients have started parking their vehicles in our laneway, blocking or obscuring the entrance to our property. I have messaged the owner of the car place about it and he has moved the vehicles, but it happens at least once or twice a week, and not too long ago a truck was left there for a whole weekend.

“The other day, someone parked a motorhome in our lane and I could hardly get in. I was fed up, so I called the owner and told him he was blocking access to our property and that I would start having cars towed if it kept happening”. She further explained how her mother, who also lives in the house, is in poor health and required frequent ambulance visits.

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However, she expressed concern that in an emergency situation, the ambulance might not be able to navigate down the driveway due to the obstructing vehicles. She said: “The man told me that I don’t own my laneway, and his customers could park there if they want to. He said the Township owns it. Now, the Township does have a right of way to access a creek and culvert, but we pay taxes on and maintain that land.

“I wound up telling him that it wasn’t his parking lot and hanging up on him in a blind rage. My husband spoke to him and convinced him that we do, in fact, own our land. I am considering putting up a fence or blocking his customers from using my lane to park, which would effectively render a large section of his lot useless to him, if this continues.”

“All because he thought it was cool to block my driveway, and then had the audacity tell me that he would keep doing it.”

One social media user responded to her post, suggesting: “I’d skip the fence. He’d probably just file for an easement to get access restored. I’d get a contract with a towing company. They’ll put up signs and they’ll have all of the paperwork ready to go for towing them away.”


    Another added: “An electronic gate, and he can pay an access fee.”

    A third advised: “Put up a ‘No parking, violators will be towed’, sign and start having the cars towed. The jacka** will either reign his customers in or go out of business from the lost clients.”

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