New Driver Parallel Parking Tips For You
- Do some practicing with cones or with large boxes.
- Don’t try to force it when you park – if you aren’t comfortable with the angle that you have taken to park, you should pull out and try it again.
- Ensure that you leave enough space for the car in front of you to leave their spot.
- Ask the passenger in your vehicle to help you out by directing you into the spot you want, because you might find it a bit hard to figure out how much room you have behind the car.
- Try to find a parking spot that you can pull straight into, instead of trying to fit into a small parallel parking spot.
- Remember to look back and check on the traffic.
- Always keep your foot near to the brake pedal, not on the gas.
- Ensure that if you are behind a car that’s signaling to parallel park, then you should give them room to operate or pass right away.
- See that the space you find to park, is at least 6 feet longer than your vehicle.
- Before you pull in, flash your brake lights and put on your turn signal.
- Slowly and easily ease into the parking spot you were aimed at.
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