The correct number of parking spaces to have is n+1.The conclusion is that I now should be set for my future car parking needs ?
I should be well covered then, as depending on how I arrange cars I currently have n+2 or n+3 and soon will have n+1 or n+2 (when I take delivery of my 992)The correct number of parking spaces to have is n+1.
While the minimum number of car parking spaces one should have is one, the correct number is n+1, where n is the current number of car parking spaces needed.
This equation may also be re-written as s-1, where s is the number of cars owned that would result in separation from your partner.
But where is the ceiling? I ask, because the ceiling in my condo's underground garage is not very high, and I'm jealous of those with the four-post lifts.God, you lot on the other side of The Pond have some amazing garages.
As good as it gets for me. We have less space over here for ultra large houses and triple garages.
Outside on the drive
It is a snug fit but it works and with a big foam pad on the wall for the door there is no damage. I should have tried harder at school to have a bigger double garaged house ??
Great looking stable! Somehow missed your picture, but glad I went back to reread the entire thread...thanks to all our "extra time."Had to pull out the 69 El Camino so you could see the 718 better!
Sooo.... cut a hole above your parking spot and lift the car into your house! Win-Win! Would be like a drive in theater, sit in your car (in the living room) and watch a movie. All while you've made room in the garage below for another car park.Yes, same here. Under house garage with no room for a lift at all.
Thank youNice collection! Poor Telsla outside in the cold. Have a favorite or each for their own purpose?