Best places to hide the car while flying or busking? (1 Viewer)

TaiRouzu

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What are some of the best places to hide or stash the car while you go out flying or busking?

The reason I ask is that my license plates are expired and I just had an accident that I don't want the insurance company or the cops to know about...yet.
 
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wish i had a car,i guess i should start busking sponging or whatnot.
 
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Wal-Mart parking lot. Near one of the mini malls. Can park there forever without worrying about shit.
 

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residential off streets! i'm always paranoid about leaving my car parked in customer parking lots for too long, cause if any of the workers notice you walking off like that from your car there's always the chance they could call and have it towed. here in san jose i saw an rv get towed from a walmart parking lot, asked the cop what the reason was they said expired tags. pretty fucked shit! i'm always cautious about that kinda shit. i wont just leave my shit parked anywhere. i say make sure iit's a fully legit parking spot where you know it cant get towed, and if tags are expired residential offstreets are your best bet, so long as other cars are parked onn the street as well.
 

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Industrial areas during the day are always a good bet, if there's one within a few miles of where you want to be. Lots of parked cars, low police presence.
 

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