Monday, December 18, 2006

SDM8310L

Contributor: DH
Place: IMM Building Level 4 car park
Date: Friday, 15th December, 2006
Time: 1500 hours
DH: This driver parked his Rover 75 beyond the parking lot.
If he doesn't know how to park a big car, he should drive a smaller car.

5 Comments:

At Monday, December 18, 2006 11:37:00 AM, Anonymous DH said...

This car park almost beyond the parking lot.
Don't know how to park big car, than drive a smaller car.

 
At Wednesday, January 10, 2007 8:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a reason why he park like that. He/she is worried that some inconsiderate fellow (very often lorries and vans) might park next to him and then swing their door wide open and hit his vehicle.

 
At Monday, January 15, 2007 11:09:00 AM, Blogger Parking Perfectionist said...

It's a risk all motorists have to put up with driving and parking in Singapore. Most drivers in Singapore do bother to park properly and most of them do expose themselves to the risks of getting dents from lorries and vans.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 12:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

observer said...
By observing this parking behavior from these pictures,one could tell the driver was parking straight mean he/she knew how to park car.
The question is why he parked in this manner ?? The answer maybe : 1) he/she going to load something bulky or long from the side of the car like bulky box,long stick,plank...,especially IMM is the place for fixture and consumer electronics items.
2)you could notice IMM parking lots are structured in vertical and horizontal manner that if there is big car or commercial vehicle parking right in front of your car,it is very difficult to turn out of your lot,so the driver could have parked more toward to the one side ,moreover that additional side occupied is an empty space (not available lot) .
From what I know,many drivers faced this problem parking at the IMM vertical and horizontal parking lots.
3) to avoid damage to the side of the car by other vehicle ( esp. commercial one ) parked next to it .

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 3:42:00 PM, Anonymous Toyota Vios said...

To Observer: Your observation is keen and sharp. All your arguments are reasonable and valid. They sure do hold water.

 

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