Cars that park in front of your house can become rather annoying. Whether it's a teenage party gone wild, or you are having a dispute with the neighbours, you shouldn't have to put up with cars parking in front of your home. The only real exception to this is if you live in a neighbourhood where there is no off-street parking, or you live in an area where there is metered parking in front of your house.
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Ask the individual who parked in front of your house to move his vehicle. This may work in some instances; however, you should be very careful when engaging another individual that you do not know. If it is obvious that there is a party or a large gathering going on in your neighbourhood, this option may not be appropriate.
Locate the phone number for the local police in your telephone book. The local police are normally located in the blue pages section of your local phone book.
Call the police and explain the situation. Local police can, in certain circumstances, tell individuals to move vehicles that are on your property or pose a public safety risk, or they can--in extreme circumstances--have vehicles towed away.