Pet Please #2: Back-to-Back Parking Spaces

Parking is a fairly joyless act. Some people get odd pleasure out of parallel parking–I’m satisfied if I can get my car into a space twice as long as the vehicle.

Universally, though, there is one great pleasure about parking: When you pull into a parking space and discover that the adjacent parking space is empty too, so you can pull through and easy pull out when you’re ready to go. It’s paved convenience.

Possibly even better: Not getting the pull-through when you park, but when you return to your car, you find the adjacent space is empty, so you can unexpectedly pull straight out.


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  1. John Aughey says:

    But please, PLEASE, do not do this trick when parking in diagonal parking places. I see so many people do this in Schnucks and it’s a 1 way parking lot and end up screwing up everyone who is obeying the arrows.

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