I came across a “bubble car” in Yolo County this week. I’ve never seen such a thing and I’m still not too sure what the real purpose of this bubble is either. Do you have any ideas? No matter what the reason, I do wonder how neighbors feel about the bubble. Many times when a home owner steps outside the lines of neighborhood conformity, it can bother residents and sometimes even impact property value depending on what is done. An effect on value would likely involve a permanent change rather than something like the bubble. But still, this scenario brings up an important conversation about conformity.
Would it bother you if your neighbors had a “bubble” in their driveway? Where do you draw the line for what is acceptable and not in a neighborhood?
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