If you’ve ever parked your car in an urban environment then you know you’re taking a gamble every time you walk away from your ride. New Yorkers for instance all know that parking on the street means you’re guaranteed chipped paint, battered bumpers and perhaps an occasional body shop visit. Apparently though there are those in other cities that don’t understand the rules for urban parking. You see real city folk park by feel, not by using their mirrors. They utilize their sense of sound and touch to estimate their vehicles proximity to those around them and then adjust their vehicle accordingly. This rule generally works out fine, except of course if the vehicle parked behind you says “Ferrari”.