How big is a four-car garage?

How big are standard four-car garages supposed to be? I just moved to a new place with a four-car garage and it’s only about 30 feet wide. I’ve parked three of my four cars in the garage, but I’m nervous about the last one. It doesn’t look like there’s enough space.

Answer
Four car garages are usually around 34 feet wide and 20 feet deep, which should leave you around two feet of space between each of your cars. If your garage is only 30 feet wide, then you may have an issue.
You can call the seller and ask for a small refund, though they’re entitled to refuse. You could also get a contractor to extend your garage—but that may cost more than it’s worth. If the garage was a central part of your home-buying decision, then you could also find a lawyer to help you decide on your next steps. Alternatively, consider adding a covered port area to the entrance of your garage to cover your fourth car in the driveway.
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Nov 16, 2021
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