Parking can be hard for some people — even for those with small cars, like this mini cooper. Despite the small size, this driver managed to park right in between two parking spaces, almost perfectly split between the two.
If only they cared about others the way they care about their well-groomed dog, they could have easily parked within the lines.
Just a Quick Run to The Convenience Store
When you just run into the 7-Eleven to pick up some milk and eggs and don't even think about exiting your car before you actually enter the store in the first place. This definitely gives a whole new meaning to convenience.
They should turn the 7-Eleven into a drive-thru to avoid this kind of destruction. Alternatively, people could just park their cars outside of the store before they actually enter it. Just a crazy idea.
Sometimes you need a visual aid, like a stop sign or a red traffic light to tell you when you can't go any further. Other times, you need actual objects to stop you from driving to convey the message. Smashing into a giant pole is generally a helpful enough clue for stopping.
While it worked, according to the damage, it looks like this driver may have struggled a little bit with this barrier because that shows quite a lot of impact. How fast can you really go in a parking lot?
For most car owners, parking in a crowded lot is one of life's biggest stressors. Car doors flying open, out of control shopping carts, reckless drivers. It's a mess.
That's in no small part due to the fact that so many people completely disregard even the most fundamental rules of parking lot etiquette. Like this guy who didn't even park halfway into the parking bay!
Not Trying at All
Look, pulling into a parking spot at an awkward angle happens. When it does, straighten out, or the poor person who parks next to you will be petrified that you’ll hit them on your way out.
This guy was so petrified that someone might scratch his SUV that he took up two parking spaces.