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It's not uncommon for trucks to come through our station towing huge ass boats. Boats that are usually at least two or three times bigger than the truck. Our station is about 4 miles from Lake Macatawa and 7 from Lake Michigan.

Andy DuFresne

As someone that pulls a trailer every now and then, I don't have a problem with how this person parked. It does not appear that they are in a busy parking lot. They appear to be towards the back of the lot. And if there is a designated spot for trucks and trailers to park, the person may not have known about it either at all or not until after they parked if they are not familiar with the layout of the parking lot. It's tough to find a spot sometimes when towing a trailer. Many times, parking like this is the only option.

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