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LAX Parking & Stealth RV Sleeping

It’s been a lifetime since I’ve been based in LAX, but a repeat performance looks to be looming on the horizon. I’ll be in reserve. I’m shocked by hotel prices, since the demise of the Hacienda. Yikes! Wondering if a guy could snooze in a compact RV in employee parking? Back in the day many guys I knew had a "MCP" ( mobile crash pad). Something like a slide in truck camper mounted on the truck, or a conversion van or a Toyota-based Class C, Dolphin being one popular brand; the kind of thing that fits in a standard parcking space. I’m not sure if there were any rules for or against overnighting, but plenty of RV-ish things were parked in the employee lot in the early 90’s. At a casual glance it was impossible to determine if they were occupied or not. Any opinions on the chances of pulling off this upscale form of vagrancy these days? The frugal pilot in me likes the idea of funding a re-salable RV compared to $200 per night hotels. It’s a survival instinct with roots in the right seat of a turboprop that still flows in the viens of a borderline widebody captain. That, and not being a California resident can put a kid through college 😎.Thanks for your thoughts on undercover parking lot siestas.

http://www.airlinepilotforums.com/hangar-talk/98377-lax-parking-stealth-rv-sleeping.html

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