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    Default Dont try this at home!

    This is a good trick of you can do it, but arent you supposed to park in the bays rather then accross them???

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    youd have to very quick with the steering wheel!!

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    Thats easy to do, used to do it in the snow when parking. Just make sure you have enuff revs to pull it off otherwise you'll go flying into the car in front. Handbrake up, and wheel spin the front in.. Dont recommend doing it in the dry. Too much wear on tyres, engine and box, oh and in Nutrons case the clutch as well

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    My wife parks like that.........no, not with the wheel spin, but across the lines in the wrong direction.

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    easiest way to get a FWD car onto a ramp in a tight small (greasy)workshop
    My foreman tought me that

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    Used to do it all the time, VW Polo, handbrake on and rev the guts outta it while turning the wheel, joys of FWD!

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