Thanks I have seen these specs in fact I ordered my Roo through RVW. What I want to know is, 'Is the tongue, in fact, 3 feet?'. My old Jayco PUP had a 4' tongue.
@Imabmwnut & Rod Johnson
Yes I realize that it is the busy bodies and the window monitors that call in the by-law officers. I can not think of anyone in specific that would complain. I am trying to be prepared. If someone blows the whistle on me I may blow the whistle on all the illegal driveway widths, illegal AC units in the front yard, commercial vehicle parked on residential lots, the list goes on. I could play hardball too.
Glad too hear you got your parking cleared.
removing the Spare will not help that will already fit under my roof overhang the Trailer body will touch the eaves trough before the spare touches the garage door. Parking on an angle may work - I will brush up on my Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the hypotenuse given my driveway width and lenght.
Now my short story becomes longer. The by-laws in my town are difficult to navigate. The city I am in recently annexed a number of smaller towns around it. The city has since been trying to harmonize the by-laws over the whole new larger city. But it is being done slowly with portions of the old towns by-laws being kept as local exceptions. The old town I was in did have the tongue exclusion in the by-law, and from what I can read it is still there.
Oh, by the way, the by-law states I can only park an RV on my property between May 1st and October 31st(Camping season in the Great White North) and only if it is within the property lines (tongue excluded).
This is why a still am trying to find the exact tongue length of the Rockwood Roo 233S. If the tongue lenth is 3' 10" I am golden if it is less I have to raise the roof on my garage.