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Old 09 Mar 2005, 09:00 pm
richard48@webtv.net
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This is a problem that is becoming more and more common. You have a
regular or small car (like my Civic). You come back to where you parked
it in a parking lot, and the is a big van or SUV parked on both sides of
your car. You can't see clearly to pull out. I just cross my fingers
and pull out......been lucky so far. What's the solution? .........and
no, I'm not buying my own van or SUV.

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Old 09 Mar 2005, 10:45 pm
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<richard48@webtv.net> wrote in message
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> This is a problem that is becoming more and more common. You have a
> regular or small car (like my Civic). You come back to where you parked
> it in a parking lot, and the is a big van or SUV parked on both sides of
> your car. You can't see clearly to pull out. I just cross my fingers
> and pull out......been lucky so far. What's the solution? .........and
> no, I'm not buying my own van or SUV.


Pull out just a little bit and stop. Wait a few seconds and then continue
slowly. Don't just head on out and hope not to get hit. Make it known what
your intentions are. When people see a little bit of the car appear, most
will know your intentions.

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Old 10 Mar 2005, 05:19 am
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<richard48@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:18989-422FB833-194@storefull-3233.bay.webtv.net...
> This is a problem that is becoming more and more common. You have a
> regular or small car (like my Civic). You come back to where you parked
> it in a parking lot, and the is a big van or SUV parked on both sides of
> your car. You can't see clearly to pull out. I just cross my fingers
> and pull out......been lucky so far. What's the solution? .........and
> no, I'm not buying my own van or SUV.


Back in.


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Old 10 Mar 2005, 07:55 am
Brian Smith
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<richard48@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:18989-422FB833-194@storefull-3233.bay.webtv.net...
> This is a problem that is becoming more and more
> common. You have a
> regular or small car (like my Civic). You come back
> to where you parked
> it in a parking lot, and the is a big van or SUV
> parked on both sides of
> your car. You can't see clearly to pull out. I just
> cross my fingers
> and pull out......been lucky so far. What's the
> solution? .........and
> no, I'm not buying my own van or SUV.


First off, always back into any parking spot. When
leaving, ease out gradually past the end of the boat
parked beside you. Most people (if they are paying
attention) will stop and let you exit the spot.

Brian


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Old 10 Mar 2005, 01:24 pm
richard48@webtv.net
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Default Can't see!

Better to ban pickups, vans, and SUV's. Just kidding......don't kill
me! That's like trying to ban motherhood!

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Old 11 Mar 2005, 08:55 pm
Rocky Bing
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do like me and park at the far end of the lot and take two spaces
<richard48@webtv.net> wrote in message
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> Better to ban pickups, vans, and SUV's. Just kidding......don't kill
> me! That's like trying to ban motherhood!
>



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Old 11 Mar 2005, 09:39 pm
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I've known a couple of people who have gotten their cars "keyed" for
taking up two parking spaces........no thanks.

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