Parallel parking isn't as difficult as people think. You should use your side mirrors and point them to the ground to see how close to the curb you are.
It also helps to have a rear-facing camera in the dashboard
Unfortunately the instructor's car doesn't have that. I could suggest it to him though,
Omelette du fromage.
I'd say that I like Malbecs and Merlots the most. I'm not a huge fan of whites.
Parallel parking does suck. I used to be a good parallel parker, but as I never parallel park, I've gotten really rusty. I utterly failed when I was trying to get into a spot the other week.
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Merlot or some Rioja for me. I normally have Pinot Grigio or Savignon Blanc for whites, but there's this one I had at an italian restaurant once just over a year ago, quite sweet and so very nice; just can't remember the name.
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Yeah I kept getting quite close to the curb or leaving too much space. At least I'm not too tight to the car in front, but I've not tried it with tight spaces or challenging spaces.Quote:
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