I live in Washington State. I have a shared driveway with an easement which allows us and our neighbors ingress/egress access to our properties. The driveway is in the shape of a hairpin, which begins on my property, goes on to his property and then terminates on my property. It is a very steep slope with no room on either side. As the driveway ends directly into my carport, my neighbor takes issue if we park outside and directly in front of our carport as this is part of the easement that crosses his property. When we do this (which is rare), we are not blocking his access to anything. His carport is at the hairpin portion of the driveway. When he parks in front of his carport, it becomes very difficult for us to get around and down to our carport, albeit possible.It seems that the width of the easement is key in asking this neighbor to be more "neighborly" (this is lake property and parking is at a minimum). i.e. If he's jutting into the easement (every time) when he parks, then to ask for the same courtesy (occasionally) would seem reasonable. I am not interested in asking to break the rules of the easement however if he is completely within them himself. He's too awful to even bother with. We'll just make our guests walk. There is no width description in the original warranty deed.