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Old 08-11-2017, 10:56 AM   #1
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Hi guys!

I'm obviously new to the website and I'm trying to figure out how a skoolie would work for me. I'm getting close to finishing my undergraduate degree and I've always wanted to live in a tiny house/skoolie but now I'm actually planning what I want to do. I have 2 big questions I've been trying to figure out and I'd love to hear what people have to say about!
  • Do I need to have a regular car along with my skoolie for transportation to work and stuff?
  • Do skoolies work in cities? Can I get it close to CPS schools where I plan to be working?

I'd love to hear your advice and I hope you guys have some good ideas! Thanks!
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Old 08-11-2017, 02:25 PM   #2
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You're going to get flamed for sure on that post.

How big a bus? A 40 footer is going to be tough on the wallet driving in town any distance. A 5 row shortie, no problem.

I don't know what a CPS is but regardless, if you're tiny housing it in a city, where are you parking every night and not getting chased off by the cops?
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