At least 3 days
two and a quarter inches is desired for driveway for most domestic vehicles
The electrical is down at 36". It should not affect your driveway.
A two-way road or driveway should be 18'-22'. A two-way drive in a parking lot with parking spaces on both sides should be 32'-35' wide.
Crushed concrete is sold by the ton. One dumptruck will haul between 13 and 15 tons. Your driveway should take around 30 tons if covered 4" thick.
If you are an owner requiring handicap access to parking, then you and the board can negotiate a workable solution to your parking requirements. Part of the negotiation should include the definition of 'truck', and whether or not a vehicle owned and required can be parked in the driveway. Visiting handicap-centric vehicles may be relegated to visitors' parking areas, unless there is a special provision and written authorization from the board allowing unusual handicap parking.
There are several things you need to do to maintain your driveway and keep it from cracking. First, remove any vegetation that is close to your driveway. Trees and bushes may send roots out that will eventually grow underneath the concrete and cause it to crack. You should also edge your driveway. Make sure your water disposal systems are kept in good working order. Water flowing under your concrete can cause freezing in the winter. Finally, use a concrete water sealant.
Avoid parking in crowded areas and small parking spaces.
If you have not paid your loan, your vehicle is repossessed. If your vehicle is parked illegally, such as in front of a driveway or in a no parking zone, it is impounded. In both cases, a police report should have been turned in to the local police department. With an impounded vehicle you generally have a parking ticket, a towing fee, and a storage fee. All three must be paid before you get your vehicle back. Next time walk an extra block.
Read your governing documents to determine who owns the driveway.If you have exclusive use of it, it may be limited common area.If others also use the same driveway, it may be common area.However, it's also possible that you own it individually, but this is the least common option.AnswerThere are many variables and the following is one type of arrangement. Generally, if the townhouse style garage is for use of a single unit the single driveway use would be exclusive unless there are side-by-side garages with an extra wide driveway. In that case the driveway would be shared. In either case it is not likely the driveway would be considered part of the common areas of the condominium.You should review your deed to determine if you have an exclusive right to the driveway. Any exclusive rights should be mentioned in the deed. If you still have questions you should call the attorney who represented you at your time of purchase. Parking rights are an important issue relating to the purchase of a condominium unit. You should have known your rights before you moved in. Your particular parking rights should be detailed in the title examination performed at the time of purchase.If you are thinking of buying a unit you can contact the unit owner's association to inquire about parking for any particular unit or in general.
In Memphis, TN the cost of having a professional contractor pour concrete on a driveway averages from $5 to $9 per square foot. The addition of a sealant to preserve a driveway can cost as much as $18 per square foot in Memphis, TN.
In most locations in the US, police can cite the owner of the parked car for illegal parking and obstruction, and in some cases it will be towed away. You should know your liability before having the vehicle removed on your own.
Look both ways before you pull into the street.