Why use just one when you can use four parking spots at once? That seemed to be the mantra for the driver of a pickup truck with a trailer in Vancouver over the weekend.
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A photo of the driver’s uh, creativity – which appears to be in the parking lot of a Wendy’s on 8th Avenue in Vancouver – was captured by Eddie McNaughton, and uploaded to Facebook on Sunday.
“Four spots total with truck and trailer,” he writes. “You just can’t fix stupid.”
And sure, a truck pulling a trailer may need to use more than one spot, but it’s the choice of which spots the driver used – and how this driver uses them – in this case that has us scratching our heads.
It seems like drivers have been getting extra creative lately when it comes to where to park.
Just recently, a driver in Richmond decided to park on the sidewalk, right next to a sign advising drivers to stay off the sidewalk.
So while the lines may be painted and the stalls may be marked, sometimes it appears that it’s anyone’s guess as to how drivers will actually interpret them.