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House Owner Comes Home To Find Stranger’s Myvi Parked On The Porch

House Owner Comes Home To Find Stranger’s Myvi Parked On The Porch

Many people would agree it’s rude and inconsiderate.

Fernando Fong

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There is nothing illegal about strangers parking near your house.

If you call the police they won’t do anything, because no one is doing anything wrong by parking there.

But what should you do when a stranger’s car is parked in your house?

Recently, someone had to ask in his neighbourhood WhatsApp Group after finding a stranger’s Perodua Myvi parked on his porch.

The incident went viral after it was shared on Facebook.

Hello. Whose car is this that’s parked at my house? I want to park but I cannot.

The home owner asking in the neighbourhood WhatsApp group.

Parking Is Always A Contentious Topic

Netizens criticized the car owner’s reckless actions which were considered extreme.

They also considered the action as invading someone else’s property.

Some said such situations do happen often especially if the host is rarely at home.

How Do I Stop People From Parking Next To My House?

A way to prevent someone from parking in your space or blocking your driveway is to put up signs & traffic cones.

To be effective, you can put up a “No Parking” signs and traffic cones to act as a deterrent to people who park in front of your house.

Since public roads are just that, “public,” no one has the right to reserve spaces in front of his or her house.

However, while it is not illegal to park in front of someone else’s house, it is certainly inconsiderate.

On another hand, the act of “reserving” a parking spot is a criminal offence under Section 50(3) of the Road Transport Act 1987.

How Do I Ask My Neighbour To Move Their Car?

Write a personal note to ask your neighbour politely to move their vehicle out of your parking spot.

When they find it on their windshield, they may feel bad about taking your place when you’re that nice about the situation.

For those who would like to lodge a complaint, they may send their details via the following channels:

  1. WhatsApp to 011-5111 5252.
  2. Email aduantrafik@jpj.gov.my.
  3. Call 03-88886412.

The public can submit traffic violation complaints via the e-Aduan@JPJ app.


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