The BAD PARKING thread [vol3]

The BAD PARKING thread [vol3]

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Vipers

26,449 posts

159 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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fatboy18 said:
Dr Murdoch said:
JohnoVR6 said:
Deliberate or incompetence...
Neither...Just a selfish pratt.
Those bays look quite wide as well, and he could have backed in next to the kerb, tt of the highest order, almost worth parking in front of them.




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Hoofy

67,136 posts

213 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
EL11SEG said:
I have OCD and no matter what I need my bloody van parked straight laugh
Know the feeling. I see people drive into a car park at the same time as me and jump out (not perfectly straight, of course) while I'm still straightening up. I'm not talking spending 30 minutes parking but I'll often do a re-entry to straighten up - mind you, having an oil tanker sized turning circle doesn't help.
I had a chuckle the other day when I saw some old git park perfectly in a space first time & then shuffle the car about for several goes to get it over the white lines on both sides & the front of the space.
It wasn't me, then. I have yet to park it perfectly first time.

Hooli

32,278 posts

131 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
EL11SEG said:
I have OCD and no matter what I need my bloody van parked straight laugh
Know the feeling. I see people drive into a car park at the same time as me and jump out (not perfectly straight, of course) while I'm still straightening up. I'm not talking spending 30 minutes parking but I'll often do a re-entry to straighten up - mind you, having an oil tanker sized turning circle doesn't help.
I had a chuckle the other day when I saw some old git park perfectly in a space first time & then shuffle the car about for several goes to get it over the white lines on both sides & the front of the space.
It wasn't me, then. I have yet to park it perfectly first time.
laugh

They were so old I just assumed it could only be MBH.

Hoofy

67,136 posts

213 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
EL11SEG said:
I have OCD and no matter what I need my bloody van parked straight laugh
Know the feeling. I see people drive into a car park at the same time as me and jump out (not perfectly straight, of course) while I'm still straightening up. I'm not talking spending 30 minutes parking but I'll often do a re-entry to straighten up - mind you, having an oil tanker sized turning circle doesn't help.
I had a chuckle the other day when I saw some old git park perfectly in a space first time & then shuffle the car about for several goes to get it over the white lines on both sides & the front of the space.
It wasn't me, then. I have yet to park it perfectly first time.
laugh

They were so old I just assumed it could only be MBH.
biggrin

Problem is the Volvo turning circle is so big, you drive into a Tesco car park, find a free space, drive forwards with a view to reversing, reverse, tidy up, get out and find you've parked in Lithuania.

RumRunner

2,338 posts

148 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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I am o.k with bad parking...and I do it often...as sick of bad door opening skills by other drivers / passengers....resulting in bent panels...most cars park have space sizes for 70's cars
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GreatGranny

6,511 posts

157 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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LordFlathead said:
Another BMW, this time it is blocking an EV charging station rolleyes

ahole springs to mind

Vipers

26,449 posts

159 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
EL11SEG said:
I have OCD and no matter what I need my bloody van parked straight laugh
Know the feeling. I see people drive into a car park at the same time as me and jump out (not perfectly straight, of course) while I'm still straightening up. I'm not talking spending 30 minutes parking but I'll often do a re-entry to straighten up - mind you, having an oil tanker sized turning circle doesn't help.
I had a chuckle the other day when I saw some old git park perfectly in a space first time & then shuffle the car about for several goes to get it over the white lines on both sides & the front of the space.
It wasn't me, then. I have yet to park it perfectly first time.
laugh

They were so old I just assumed it could only be MBH.
biggrin

Problem is the Volvo turning circle is so big, you drive into a Tesco car park, find a free space, drive forwards with a view to reversing, reverse, tidy up, get out and find you've parked in Lithuania.
Some Volvo drivers can actually manage to park.



All I can say is thank god for reversing sensors, sorted. biggrin But I know what you mean.




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Lady Summerisle

236 posts

151 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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At first we thought this had broken down in the middle of the roadway at Lidl, but no, the owner duly returned with shopping and left.



For reference the silver car is at the end of the parking row on one side and the coloured bricks mark out the next row.

Hoofy

67,136 posts

213 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Vipers said:
Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
Hooli said:
Hoofy said:
EL11SEG said:
I have OCD and no matter what I need my bloody van parked straight laugh
Know the feeling. I see people drive into a car park at the same time as me and jump out (not perfectly straight, of course) while I'm still straightening up. I'm not talking spending 30 minutes parking but I'll often do a re-entry to straighten up - mind you, having an oil tanker sized turning circle doesn't help.
I had a chuckle the other day when I saw some old git park perfectly in a space first time & then shuffle the car about for several goes to get it over the white lines on both sides & the front of the space.
It wasn't me, then. I have yet to park it perfectly first time.
laugh

They were so old I just assumed it could only be MBH.
biggrin

Problem is the Volvo turning circle is so big, you drive into a Tesco car park, find a free space, drive forwards with a view to reversing, reverse, tidy up, get out and find you've parked in Lithuania.
Some Volvo drivers can actually manage to park.



All I can say is thank god for reversing sensors, sorted. biggrin But I know what you mean.




smile
Yeah, but you started turning in Lithuania.

irocfan

16,483 posts

121 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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fatboy18 said:
Dr Murdoch said:
JohnoVR6 said:
Deliberate or incompetence...
Neither...Just a selfish pratt.
it's not often I'd be happy to see a car damaged frown

gtidriver

2,518 posts

118 months

Monday 4th January 2016
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Id like to buy a Renault Twizzy for the school run when the weathers better, but its fking selfish wkers like the BMW driver seen earlier that just dump their cars in the electric charge points with no fking regard for the poor sod that might want to charge up the car. The problem is the charge points are right by the front doors of shops so easier to dump and pop in i suppose.

FalconWood

1,301 posts

128 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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herewego said:
Negative Creep said:
FalconWood said:
Hoofy said:
FalconWood said:


Seems I wasn't alone judging this as crappy parking in Rome, so did the Traffic Warden!!??
Interesting how that Smart car is parked. Always wondered if you could get away with parking it like that.
That Smart car (and many others like it) was protruding only about 4 inches out onto the main roads beyond the normally parked cars.
Isn't there some law about having to park in a way were your reflectors are visible?
Good call unless in a marked bay. Parking nose in probably wouldn't work either, depends on reflector design. It's a German car and they park properly in Germany, maybe the reflectors are designed to reflect to both rear and side.
Hey this was in Italy!!!! Not sure they are that bothered with the small print!

funkyrobot

15,603 posts

159 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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I don't know what is worse. The parking, the stupidly worded sticker, or what the sticker is implying. smile


Vipers

26,449 posts

159 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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funkyrobot said:
I don't know what is worse. The parking, the stupidly worded sticker, or what the sticker is implying. smile

Can't make out the sticker, does it say "I am stupid", or something like that. biggrin




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Vipers

26,449 posts

159 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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Hoofy said:
Yeah, but you started turning in Lithuania.
I am sure there is a joke somewhere there..........




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AMG Merc

11,713 posts

184 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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Shoulda gone to specsavers...



VictoriaYorks

919 posts

73 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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Vipers said:

Can't make out the sticker, does it say "I am stupid", or something like that. biggrin


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BecauseAudi. Seems perfectly apt to me

J4CKO

24,547 posts

131 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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I saw a guy I went to school with, who once punched me in the back of the head as I left a pub for speaking to a female friend of mine who he thought I was moving in on, he was driving an i8, on his own but it was plonked in a P and C spot in a busy supermarket car park.

Nice car, but still obviously not a very nice bloke.

Hoofy

67,136 posts

213 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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Vipers said:
Hoofy said:
Yeah, but you started turning in Lithuania.
I am sure there is a joke somewhere there..........




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Suggesting that the turning circle is so big that you cross countries while lining up the car.

cootuk

718 posts

54 months

Tuesday 5th January 2016
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They like to be first out on the school run
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