If there's an area that's usually not compatible with automotive fun, it's the typical private subdivsion - the two tend to mix about as well as motor oil and antifreeze. Fortunately, there's now the Hawk's Hill Development in North Carolina that purported to be car-friendly. How so? Well, for starters, there's a car on the sign. A better clue yet is the "clubhouse" that includes an air-conditioned ten-stall workshop, replete with a lift and pit. My guess is that neighbors still frown on doing 500-ft burnouts down the road, and the fine print probably includes some sort of prohibitation on putting cars on blocks in the front yard. It sure beats the heck out of those places that don't allow someone to change their oil in their own driveway, though.
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