Just park it in your own driveway. My pet peeve around here is this dude who has like three giant trucks, parks them on our cul-de-sac (doesn't live on our street though) and leaves them there for months until he decides to take out his boat or whatever. They are hard to see around and make the road too narrow for two cars to pass easily. If he had one to haul his boat, I'd understand, but why so many? And then there are other guys (maybe the same guy?) who park their GD construction trucks up and down the cross street (like 2-3 branded construction company trucks--do they not have a parking lot at their office?). Occasionally I see a Lambo parked in front of the giant trucks, which I can only assume is rented since we do not live in THAT kind of neighborhood. It looks like a small dick convention.
Yeah, there's that too. They lived on an already-crowded suburban street. MOST folks there with cars parked on the street were living 2+ families to a house, or a renter situation with multiple tenants. Those folks would park on the street, but, for the most part, they used all their vehicles every day for commuting.
Dad & Step-Mom stored 1 in the garage, 2 in the driveway and 3 in the street. The local ordinance says you may not store vehicles on the street, defined as, the vehicle must move every 36 or 48 hours (can't remember which). So they would park 3 on the street* & every so often would get a complaint of violation...out comes the trickle charger so the vehicle can be moved down the block a few houses. Sometimes they would switch out which vehicles were stored in the street vs. the driveway instead. So, they followed the letter of the law but not the spirit, which is kind of dick-ish if you ask me.
This whole thing should probably have gone on the "Relatives Who Don't Get It" thread.
*Including one in front of their own driveway, which is also prohibited by local ordinance. It was probably a relief to the neighbors though, as that meant more room for their (used & useful) cars.