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post Jan 19 2013, 06:17 PM
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Hoarding in RV,s. Could this make for a very dangerous situation for other RV,ers and Rv parks? A lot of RV park spaces seem to be quite close to each other. I often wondered if you were lucky enough to get a space next to a hoarder (nightly, daily,weekly or monthly) what the dangers would be. I have noticed that hoarding seem to spill from within their RV to out side and packed tightly under their RV and in some cases in to their cars. Unfortunately in lot of these situations there seems to be pets involved. I am not sure if this could be a fire, medical or rodent hazard,Other RV,ers should be alarmed about? And if parks knowingly allow this to cary on, God forbid a fire should start.Should the park share in some of the insurace responsibility?

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post Feb 28 2013, 10:03 PM
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I've seen this a few times myself. Im at a park right now that has a Motorhome that has a kids big wheel on top of the roof. Plus other crap around it, ie. floor jack, air compressor, fishing poles, 5 bikes(only 1 kid), weight lifting bench (broken), 2 gas grills, and of course all the shades pulled down.

I think park owners care more about steady cash flow per month, than running a fun campground

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