There's a bit in the driving test where you have to reverse round a corner. Here's a variation. Reversing round a corner to park on a pavement above double yellow lines. To make things more exciting, it's a busy weekday in Bedminster, and this car is trying to reverse park on the wrong side of the road from East Street into Philip Street: a tricky manoeuvre.
Which they pull off, coming up right up against the L-plated scooter that is also parked on the yellow lines. Reversing up to anything that is below the line of sight of your car is usually pretty dangerous, but this car pulls it off.
Impressive! Bristol Parking as done by a professional!
Monday, 23 June 2008
The art of Reverse Corner Parking
Posted by SteveL at 21:43
Labels: bedminster, estate-car, parking, pavement, yellow-lines
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