How to be in control of car park chaos

CAR parks seem to have a lot of people hot under the collar lately.

Whether it is people taking someone else's parking space or just the chaos that seems to erupt when it gets busy.

But there is much we can do to help reduce the number of angry incidents in parking areas.

Try doing this:

 

  • Show a bit of courtesy;
  • Have patience;
  • Watch out for others who are extremely impatient; and,
  • Don't try to barge in or out of a parking space.


Remember, car parks have the same rules as the open road.

This means you still have to stay to the left, you still have to indicate and you still have to give way.

When you don't adhere to these simple road rules, you are putting yourself, other people and nearby property at risk.

Just because someone else is doing the wrong thing does not mean that you should do the wrong thing as well.

This is when everything will hit the fan.

If you can't get the park you want, just park somewhere else.

There is no need to cause a world war over it.

From the team at Training Wheels Driver Training.



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