Man Tries to Park $100,000 Electric Truck in His Own Driveway, HOA Says No Way

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The Weston Hills Country Club HOA apparently has an issue with a six-figure truck’s presence in the Florida neighborhood, according to WPLG.

The type of truck in question is a new Rivian R1T, and it’s owned by resident Glenn Gordon.

This particular type of truck is an EV, and the 2022 MotorTrend Truck of the year.

It wasn’t built with the intent of being a commercial vehicle, rather, it’s intended to, “appeal to a wealthier, active-lifestyle audience rather than the blue-collar crowd,” according to MotorTrend.

One of its more practical aspects is that it can travel 315 miles on a charge.

It’s also a self-driving truck when on the highway, with 11 cameras on board.

Those features do not impress the HOA, however, as it is threatening to slap Gordon with fines if he continues to park his truck in his driveway. Because it’s a truck, they say it violates their vehicle policy.

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