Cristina Trabada is a recent college grad and moved back in with her parents. She had visitor visitation for 14 days and her registration expired before going on vacation with her family. Trabada parked her car in her family’s driveway thinking her car would be okay. While on vacation she received endless calls from her neighbors telling her that her car had two boots on her wheels, and a bright orange sign with a $65 fine. It took days of emailing, calling, with the HOA to get her boots removed. A lot of residents have had to get boots removed from their cars. The HOA was overreaching for parking violations when there weren’t any rules in the communities CC&R.
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