Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: San Francisco
Car Year: 2008
Car Model: Forester XT
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Feedback Score: 5 reviews
Given the scarcity of parking hereabouts, doing this would almost certainly precipitate some kind of purposeful vehicular harm (not that I condone that sort of thing [not sarcasm]).
I prefer to parallel park when I must park in public: the ubiquity of rear cameras has all-but-eliminated “parking-by-braille” and its much harder to get door dinged that way. When I must park in a car-park, I do my best to park next to a column, empty spaces on an inconvenient level, and/or an impeccably-maintained + neatly-parked car that is not brand new (indicates owner is not a slob/is precise). I avoid parking next to cars with long doors or many defects at all costs.
My cars permanent home is in a car-park with assigned spots: so if I get dinged, I know who did it.
Even in an empty lot: I’d be embarrased to park like this person.
I learned to ski/snowboard on a tiny NH “mountain” with ~600ft of vertical drop. That figure migt be generous, and as I understand it: the top 100 feet were landfill. Lolz.
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Last edited by The Tinman Rides Again; 06-06-2019 at 08:29 AM.