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A car must be parked in a small gap between the cars parked in a row along the pavement . Should the car be driven out forwards or backwards for the manoeuvre if only its front wheels can be turned ? P.S - Think before you answer . Please re share .

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What do you mean by "driven out forwards or backwards"? I always back into a parking spot if it's a parallel parking situation.

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Well that's the question sir, Why don't you drive your car forwards ? @Guiseppi Butel

I'm sorry, but I'm not quite clear about your question. Are you asking how to park the car or how to drive out of the parking spot?

Your words "must be parked " and "driven out" refer to 2 different acts. Confusing!

@Guiseppi Butel – The question is "How do we park the car ?" sir. @Guiseppi Butel

@Keshav Tiwari – The Title was "Parking Frenzy"

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TopNewestWhat do you mean by "driven out forwards or backwards"? I always back into a parking spot if it's a parallel parking situation.

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Well that's the question sir, Why don't you drive your car forwards ? @Guiseppi Butel

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I'm sorry, but I'm not quite clear about your question. Are you asking how to park the car or how to drive out of the parking spot?

Your words "must be parked " and "driven out" refer to 2 different acts. Confusing!

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@Guiseppi Butel

The question is "How do we park the car ?" sir.Log in to reply

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