You are working on a waste management project that, upon competition, will be handed over to the local municipality for steady state operation. Parking of the trucks and other vehicles has become a major problem because no parking area has been allotted to you on the main dumping site. As a result, your trucks are being parked on nearby roadsides. One of the fleet supervisor tells you that there is a large tract of land very close to the main site, that is owned by a local charity. Many locals park their cars on this tract of land. What should you do?
A. Since the piece of land is already being used as parking, you can park your trucks over there.
B. Don’t park the trucks on that piece of land as it will be violation of other’s property rights.
C. Check the local parking laws.
D. Ask the supervisor to get contact information of the local charity.