Monthly Archives: October 2008

Old lines

Escondido, CA

Tim says, “This guy did a fine parking job – if it were 5 years ago! You can see that he’s pretty well lined up – between the old, painted over lines! Maybe he just got new glasses…maybe not…”

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Village idiot

 

Indianapolis, IN

Williamshire, “I took these photos of some pretty horrendous parking at the Super Target this past summer. I find it amusing the minivan parks the way it did and has that particular bumper sticker.”

What did the bumper sticker say? “Somewhere in Texas, a village is missing its idiot.”

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Crazy line dancers

Provo, Utah

Heather explains, “Right across the street from our apartment, a country dance is hosted every Wednesday and Saturday night. Last Saturday was a typical Saturday night with the typical crazy parking. You’ll notice in the pictures that the jeep in question is on the sidewalk. Given, it’s a wide sidewalk, but there’s no excuse. Plus, you’ll notice a white rectangle above the hood of the jeep – that’s the Bus Stop sign – it’s a no parking zone in general!”

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Get the fire marshal involved

Canonsburg, PA

Jen took this at a Sheetz gas station. She says, “The sign says, ‘No truck or SUV parking by order of the fire marshal.’ They had left their land yacht running while inside, too!”

That’s for a quick get-away when the fire marshal shows up.

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Is that a van or an suv?

Tampa, FL

Josh simply says, “No excuse…”

You’re probably right Josh.

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Backin’ in big bertha

Tampa, FL

Josh says, “This gold van I can kind of understand. It can’t be easy backing one of those things into a space.”

That’s why we advocate for pulling in forward!

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No vans allowed

Grove City, PA

Jen says, “This was taken at a gas station. I gas up there often when traveling for work and see this situation every single time. The sign there says ‘Cars only, no vans or trucks.’ I drive a van and I never park there, but everyone else does. Plus this guy is not very good with the lines.”

But what’s the purpose of the no van/truck rule?

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