This parking is so lame that it’s probably fake


It can be said to be a perfectly typical situation, an apparently lost driver trying to pull into a parallel parking space. It starts badly from the start, it doesn’t get into position backwards, but forwards, which really needs a lot of space.

Even the measured commentary of the man making the video is suspicious, but when the lady gets out and walks the distance (who knows why?), you can already feel some arrangement. This feeling only gets stronger when help appears, who finally navigates the troubled driver to the parking space after a few more awkward attempts. Then comes the final joke, which we may have already seen elsewhere, but we won’t tell you about it, you’ll find out in the video.

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Parallel parking? Do it this way!

Parallel parking pushed between two cars is a nightmare for many on the roads, regardless of gender and age. A great description of the Road and Track magazine helps to perform the maneuver.

1. Stop so that the rear axle of your car is in line with the rear bumper of the vehicle in front of the selected parking space. Turn the steering wheel and you can reverse.

2. Push at this angle until your rear wheel closest to the bench is in line with the road side of the car in front of you. Then straighten the front wheels and push further.

3. Start steering in the opposite direction when the rear, road-facing wheel coincides with the plane of the car in front of you. Push like this until your car stops straight.

4. After that, all you have to do is roll forward or backward to leave the car in the right position in the parking lot. Don’t stand too close to the car in front of you, because if you are rear-ended, you may not be able to get out.

Is the scene clearly staged or real?

There really is no such thing, they just made it up!

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It is possible that it actually happened

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It’s definitely not a joke, there are even more lame drivers driving

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