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Learn how to parallel park

Parallel parking (or curb parking) is one of the driving test maneuvers. Learn how to parallel park close to the curb from parallel parking experts. This short video shows a simple procedure for parallel parking between two cars that involves using reference points. According to these points, the driver can turn the steering wheel at the right moment and can easily parallel park the car. Please note that this method of parallel parking is only suitable for short parking spaces, so you will learn how to park in a tight spot.

Learn how to park in a bay

Reverse bay parking (or parking in a bay in reverse gear, 90 degree reverse parking, perpendicular parking) is one of the driving test maneuvers. Learn how to park from Parking Tutorial experts. This short video shows a simple procedure for bay parking between two cars that involves using reference points. According to these points, the driver can turn the steering wheel at the right moment and can easily park the car. This method of parking in a bay is suitable for parking both between two cars as well as between parking lines. Please note that this method of parking in a bay is only suitable for parking spots with standard width.

Learn how to park in a bay (forward gear)

Parking in a bay in forward gear (or forward bay parking, parking 90 degrees front, 90 degree parking, perpendicular parking) is one of the driving test maneuvers. Learn how to park from Parking Tutorial experts. This short video shows a simple procedure how to drive forward into a bay between two cars. This method assumes using reference points. According to these points, the driver can turn the steering wheel at the right moment and can easily park the car. Please note that this method of parking in a bay is only suitable for parking spots with standard width.

How to Reverse Into a Car Parking Space

It is almost inevitable that once you start driving, you will need to park in a parking spot. Most people drive in and back out. However, once you master the art of backing in, you will find it is much more convenient to be able to pull right out. This is a learned skill, and will need a lot of practice off-site in a remote location. Once you have practiced, and learned the skill, you will be able to park almost anywhere.