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Instructions on Parallel Parking for Beginners

In urban conditions we will encounter a lot of parallel parking, for experienced people the horizontal parking is not difficult but for new drivers it is very difficult.

Instructions on Parallel Parking for Beginners

Instructions on Parallel Parking for Beginners 1

We have 4 steps to make this as fast as possible.

Step 1: Estimate the length of the parking area

If you want to park comfortably, the distance from the front and rear cars is 1.5 car body.

For example, when a car is 4.5 meters long, the distance is about 7 meters

Minimum parking space is 2m longer than the body of the car and is applicable to 4-seater or 7-seater vehicles.

Step 2: Determine where to start steering (right)

The best starting position is the distance from the front car of 0.6 à 1m, the front of the car must be parallel to your rear seat, we can do it by looking at the triangle behind the windshield so that the rear of the car the front is in the range of the glass, do not forget to turn on the priority lights, signal for the car behind and we start driving all the way to the right.

Step 3: Return driving straight

We keep driving until we see the entire rear end of the car in the rearview mirror, then we begin to drive straight.

Step 4: Hold the body immediately

After keeping the steering straight, we will start to reverse until we see the right rear wheel is 20 and 30 cm away, we will drive to the left if not aligned in time, the wheel will be skewed hard to control, now just watch. rear the car upright and return to a balanced position and leave room for the rear car to exit.

 

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