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How not to parallel park on a hill

Published December 5, 2012
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Parallel parking is tricky business, especially on hills. Once you’ve figured out how to stuff your car into a space sideways, you need to angle your tires to keep the car from rolling down the hill when you’ve left it behind.

Whoever was driving this Corolla in San Francisco didn’t do that and the car behind it paid the price, as seen on Jalopnik.com. After a shoddy parking job, this Corolla rolls over and crushes this silver Honda.

Remember, when parking downhill, turn your wheels toward the curb. When parking uphill, turn your wheels away from the curb.

What’s the worst parking job you’ve ever seen? Leave your comments below.

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