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Old 09-10-2013, 11:04 PM   #1
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15 Passenger Van - Parking??

Will the parking attendants expect me to park my looonng 15 pass. van in amongst all the other vehicles. Not a prob for me to do, but its gonna stick out big time??
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Old 09-10-2013, 11:56 PM   #2
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If your talking about parking at the theme parks, all the parking spaces there are double length diagonal. They typically fill in the front of one row at the far end until it reaches 2-3 spaces within the tram road. Then they will send the line down to fill in the back row right behind.

It's actually a pretty efficient system and safer for folks to exit their cars to walk up to the tram stop.

I imagine you would be able to take up two spaces for your length and will be directed where to park.

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We saw lots of them on our trip a few weeks ago in parking lots. If they are parking the back row of the double, they sent the large passenger vans down to start the next lane....sometimes they save a spot or two at the ends for oversized vehicles too. IF they are parking the front row, you will just park and no one will go in behind you.

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