In case you can’t tell what’s going on here, the light-colored van is parked directly behind another vehicle. In an empty parking garage. According to the photographer, this was taken at 2 a.m., so my guess is that the garage was not empty earlier in the night when the parking took place.
I hope the two drivers knew each other!
South Elgin, IL
Tuesday found this ridiculous example of bad parking at the Red Robin where she works. She and her friend left a pretty nasty note which I won’t repeat for fear of delicate ears, but it did include the statement, “I did some damage to your car. Find it.” She claims they didn’t really damage the car though.
Should we believe her? (Thanks Tuesday!)
Brad found this car parked this way outside of a hotel. The lot was full, but apparently this guy needed two spots anyway. Brad says the car lights aren’t on, it’s just the camera flash, so it’s pretty clear this car was settled in for the night.
I guess the driver thought the car needed five-star accomodations.
Filed under backin, car, parking
With permission, I took this photo from LanBui.com. Here’s the story:
“I went to…an outdoor mall and was delighted to be able to park in the brand new parking structure. It is a great addition to the [mall] because of the parking problem it once had. The parking structure is very advanced and will tell you, via digital displays, how many spots are available on each floor.
This day the structure was full, well most floors said full, this particular floor showed 5 spaces left. Upon driving around looking for the scarce 5, I found this vehicle parked in two spaces. I decided to try to teach this person a lesson.”
Read his note above. He claims he didn’t really try to park there, but it’s a good lesson nonetheless.
Grand Rapids, MI
At first glance this doesn’t appear to be bad parking. Until you hear the story.
“This guy left his unattended car RUNNING in the parking lot for 20+ minutes while he went in and did his shopping. I know this because I passed by it on my way in to shop myself, and he was nowhere to be found and the car was running. Just idling along. Then, after I shopped myself for more than a good 20 minutes, I came out, got in my car, and proceeded to drive by to take a picture of the car as a visual aide for this story. Well, he was just then coming out! I thought for sure someone had left it running on accident or something, but he seemed perfectly calm like that was his plan the entire time. Very bizarre.”
San Diego, CA
Jeff calls this a “fine example of bad street parking,” and asks, “They couldn’t get just a little closer to the curb?”
Maybe we should cut the driver a little slack since they parked this RV with such flair.