What really constitutes a commercial vehicle? Time for a clearer answer when it come to condos (VA)

What’s the difference between a sedan with a commercial logo on its door and a truck weighing more than 26,000 pounds?  There is no difference, according to many condo associations: Both are considered commercial vehicles by such associations’ rules, and both are prohibited from the condo communities’ parking spots.  The distinctions between the two sorts of vehicles may seem obvious. Yet I’ve been told of a local real estate agent who had to move her SUV off her condo community parking lot because the vehicle had her Realtor brand logo on the side. A municipal worker whose vehicle had a 10-inch logo of the city he works for ran into the same problem – as did a police officer whose marked patrol car was likewise deemed a commercial vehicle.     Read the article…………….


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