We live in a quiet neighborhood with not much street parking. However, our neighbors to our right do not park their cars in their garage. They have 3 cars, and from time to time, they park one of them in front of ours. Usually it's not a problem but in the summer time, since they don't have a tree in front of their house, they leave the car parked in front of our house under the shade. We sometimes park our cars in front as we have a long drive way - quick and easy getaways. Also, sometimes they leave their car parked in front of our house on street cleaning day, leaving our curbs uncleaned. What should we do? My husband left a note on the car this morning requesting them to move it on street cleaning day, do you think they will get the hint? BTW, when they were renovating their house, they left the garbage truck (14-foot) parked in front of our house for 2 months without saying a single word to us. It made backing out of our driveway dangerous as we couldn't see street traffic, and left tons of trash on the curb as it was not cleaned for 2 months. We should have said something back then ... Anyway, what are the etiquettes of parking in front of your neighbors' houses when you have plenty of parking space (although not the most convenient or shaded) of your own?