Wednesday, June 06, 2007

SDH4044H

Date: Saturday, 02nd June, 2007
Time: 2010 hours
Place: Marina Square car park B2
Contributor: CD
CD: Was with my friends and we had difficulty boarding my friend's car because this massive car was simply too close to my friend's car.
Are we being too fussy to be upset over such incidents or is it really OK for some cars to park closer to one side? Or are the parking lots really too small for BMWs?
I am not a driver so I am not sure. It just happened that I was having my camera and taking my friend's car.
You be the judge. Thank you.

PP: Usually, there's no excuse for parking inconsiderately off the center of a lot, as it can cause inconvenience and difficulty for people getting into the car just next to it. From the photo you sent, i would call it a borderline case as the BMW was still parked within its lot. Simple solution for u when getting into such a car: Let your friend move his car out of his lot first, then it would be easier for you to board his car.

9 Comments:

At Wednesday, June 06, 2007 10:48:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

well as long as he park his vehicle in the boundary, he isnt any villian...of coz i believe there are quite a number of villians out there who deserved to be shame, but lets not bitch too much for some trivial matters..remember a graceful society..being overly critical or petty over small issues doesnt makes one better den a villian..

ps: i m not related to the driver of the vehicle in the photo..

 
At Wednesday, June 06, 2007 10:56:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear PP, yes I believe moving the car out before boarding is the best solution for such cases. But it seems like the lot is really not big enough for the BMW? What will happen if a few BMWs were to park in a row together?? Can the drivers even get into their cars?

Hi anonymous, yes I understand.

That's why I said:
Are we being too fussy to be upset over such incidents or is it really OK for some cars to park closer to one side? Or are the parking lots really too small for BMWs?

... You be the judge. Thank you.


Maybe I should blanko the carplate number instead? My friends were all complaining about it and so we just snapped the picture.

With best regards, CD

 
At Wednesday, June 06, 2007 10:58:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol.. i wonder how the driver managed to get out of the car in the first place if he/she park it so near to yours. Any dent on your friend's car...? ;)

 
At Thursday, June 07, 2007 8:57:00 AM, Anonymous Toyota Belta said...

The BMW driver was able to get out of his car because when he parked his car there, the car on the right was not there yet.

 
At Friday, June 08, 2007 10:00:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nope, the BMW came later than us. It wasn't there before us and we didn't have difficulty getting out of the car before that. The car looks like it belongs to a lady. No offense to lady drivers. I believe it must be a really petit driver to be able to get out of the car when it's parked so close. My friend was super worried about dents etc too. But we didn't see any.

With best regards, CD

 
At Friday, June 08, 2007 11:47:00 AM, Anonymous Toyota Belta said...

Hmm... Maybe the BMW driver came out of the car from the passenger's side instead of the driver's side. But you're right, the driver was probably small-sized and was able to squeeze out of the BMW without denting your friend's car. Contact between the BMW and your friend's car when its driver opened the door was probably unavoidable. But it's obvious the driver did not open the BMW door with full force which would then have caused a dent or scratch your friend's car.

 
At Friday, June 08, 2007 2:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear CD,

Its really great to know that you understand my point. Judging from your reply i m sure you are a mature and rational person. Its such a shame that there are still so many inconsiderate drivers out there.

 
At Friday, June 15, 2007 1:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe the BMW has a dent on the car left by you, bloody vandel...

 
At Monday, June 18, 2007 10:32:00 AM, Anonymous Toyota Belta said...

It's vandal, not vandel. Anyone who can't be bothered to park his car properly makes it more vulnerable to dents and scratches. Period.

 

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