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Why you don’t park a Ferrari on the street.

Posted in Best of, European Rides, FAIL / Funny, Ferrari, General, Rides by MrAngry | August 31st, 2012 | 2 Responses |

Ferrari Parking

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”.

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  1. djrosa says:

    first of all thank god that golf doesn’t have a towbar. second atleast here in sweden if you hit another car and then drive away that is a quite serious offence im not sure about parking incidents but if its a crash of some sort even if noone is hurt and its just a fender bender if you hit and run you can go to jail (and i should ad that its the way its supposed to be).

  2. Michael says:

    ouch! the first one or two taps–no impact, just the light touch, like at 0:20–are normal enough here in san francisco and probably most other urban areas as well (at least in the US). sometimes it’s the only way to reasonably get in/out of a spot (if some jerk hasn’t left you any space!) but the impacys like at 0:50 are not cool! That can cause damage and I would take the license plate number of the golf at that point if i were a bystander.