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What Kind of A Bay Parker Are You?

Pulling into Waitrose Car Park the other day. I looked at the way other cars were parked. One car in particular looked as if the driver had just thrown it into the space. The car was parked diagonally with the front end and near side wheel sticking into the next spot. My husband shook his […]

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Challenging Mental Obstacles When Learning to Drive

I’ve wondered how to deal with the obstacles I’ve found in Koh Chang and how driving lessons can help us deal with and get over those obstacles which are both in real life and in our heads. The driving lessons don’t necessarily have to be for those who are new at learning to drive but […]

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The Thing About Multi-Storey Car Parks

Here’s the thing. The multi-storey car park in my home town, I have always thought of as a bit of a challenge. Like climbing the Eiger mountain. A challenge which I didn’t understand. For many years I balked at driving up the whirly-gig circular ramp,going round and round, rising ever higher above the town – […]

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The Importance of Good Road Positioning

I’ve been a little frustrated of late when driving around my home town and my frustration lies in the road positioning of other drivers. I’m noticing more and more, how when it comes to turning at road junctions, getting into the correct lane when entering a roundabout and adopting the correct position when preparing to […]

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Has the Future of Parking Arrived Now?

Many years ago, in my younger days, I watched a Bruce Willis, science fiction movie, which involved him being driven around in a driverless vehicle. At the time, I laughed. Making fun of what the movie showed would be our vehicles of tomorrow. Thinking it would never happen. In the last couple of years – Google has […]

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