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    Senior Member Two Rings Ballzo's Avatar
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    2003 A6 2.7T, 2006 A4 Avant 2.0T
    Sacramento, CA

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    We are looking at purchasing a home that has a two door opening instead of one large door. Just curious, how difficult is it to work on your car with one of these setups? I've never owned a home like this and it seems like it could be difficult to me. I'm used to being able to put the car right in the center of the garage when doing work.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings JMG's Avatar
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    2016 BMW M3, i3 REx
    Orange County CA

    How big are each openings and how deep is your garage? I have a 3 car garage with 2 doors. One is as wide as 2 spots, the 3rd is only wide enough for one. It's actually fine because if your garage is deep enough, you can always go in then turn your car at an angle once you are inside. Yes, I can imagine not as convenient as just having one large door, but it's not a deal breaker if this is the house you want.
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