It's a little less common for that son to be 30 years old - and still less common for his parents' "encouragement" to take the form of a court order.
Michael Rotondo was sued by his parents who said that they had made several attempts to evict him from their home in Syracuse, in NY state.
Rotondo was seen waving and honking to reporters on Friday as he drove away of his parent's house, two and a half hours before the noon deadline set by the judge.
News crews recorded him packing up a pickup truck this week.
Rotondo said on Friday that he called the police after his father refused to let him back into the house to retrieve Lego from the basement that belonged to his eight-year-old son.
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A judge ordered Mr Rotondo to find somewhere else to live last week.
Mark and Christina Rotondo brought the court case against their son after several eviction letters offering money and other help were ignored.
During his auto trouble, he told reporters he said goodbye "more or less" to his parents before jumping into his rumbling station wagon.
"I gotta get going before that thing blows up", he said.
The story gained worldwide attention after Rotondo's parents took him to court. The judge called this request "outrageous", at which point Rotondo called the judge "outrageous" right back.
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Rotondo said he is in the process of hauling the rest of his belongings out of his parents' Camillus, N.Y., house and into a storage unit.
After flying the nest, Mr Rotondo reportedly plans to spend a week at an Airbnb rental in Syracuse - paid for with media appearances stemming from his eviction - before moving in with a distant cousin.
According to Rotondo, he is now battling for custody of his son, having lost custody and unsupervised visitation rights in 2017.
"This isn't a game show", Rotondo said, explaining to the newspaper why he called police.
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