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Mar 5, 2015
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Our bountiful road experience in this day and age of constipated thoroughfares and hellish traffic shows us that some drivers can be real D-bags when parking their rides.

You've seen it: cars parked in No Parking areas, drivers who don't like parking straight, sedan-driving A-holes who take up more than one parking slot as if they're driving a tank, among others. Man, these guys are just asking for it!

And get it they will!

Thanks to concerned people who are fed up with this nonsense, we now have a real chance of serving some virtual spanking on these parking delinquents. We have Facebook pages like the brutally-frank Para Kang Gago Mag-Park and our bro site, Top Gear Philippines, to thank for that. They might not be required to pay a fine or serve jail time, but the flak they receive on social media is justice enough.

In hindsight though, the head-scratching moves of these parking douches can also be used as case studies on how to park your car properly. Read on to see what we mean!


That striped barrier? That's not for measuring how long your car is, son!

parking failPhoto by James Deakin via Para Kang Gago Mag-Park


A special plate is not a tool that magically makes your car twice as big so you can hog two parking slots.

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


That sign is not for just decorative purposes, it actually means something.

parking failPhoto via Para Kang Gago Mag-Park


The driver might both be old and handicapped. That being said, there's a reason why there are lines in parking slots (Hint: See No. 1).

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


This shows why parking spaces are significantly wider than your car (and why you shouldn't stick too close to the side).

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


Don't park your car at an angle so no one will alarm the
#ParkingFail alert

parking failPhoto via Para Kang Gago Mag-Park


Your parking slot doesn't extend to the ledge, boys and girls.

parking failPhoto via Autoindustriya.com


Perpendicular parking is always a no-no

parking failPhoto via Autoindustriya.com


The area with diagonal lines beside a PWD parking slot is called the access aisle. It's for disabled persons to use, which means nothing should be blocking it, certainly not your
kakarag-karag ride.

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


See previous item

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


Nope, motorcycles aren't exempted from the PWD rule

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines

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Again, follow the goddamn lines, people!

parking failPhoto via Para Kang Gago Mag-Park


If you're afraid your nice car will get nicked, then just pay for two parking slots if it's allowed by the management (and make a sign that you did so to avoid ridicule)

parking failPhoto via Top Gear Philippines


Check out both sides, the front, and the back of your car to make sure you're not hitting anything (and that you're not crowding the cars around you)

parking failPhoto via Para Kang Gago Mag-Park

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