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Woman's ordeal trying to parallel park goes viral after bystander steps in to help

Woman's ordeal trying to parallel park goes viral after bystander steps in to help

4/14/2021 2:23:00 PM

Woman's ordeal trying to parallel park goes viral after bystander steps in to help

The driver even gets out of her car and walks in between the two parked vehicles counting the distance in steps

, and can be tricky depending on what car you drive, the gradient of the road and the angle you're trying to manoeuvre from.A neighbour captured a woman on his street spending a few minutes battling to fit her blue car into a space, with a member of the public even coming to her aid.

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TikToker richilbeata shared a video to their page documenting the woman's hilarious saga, with the sped-up clip showing the woman accelerating and reversing numerous times as she approaches the space from various positions.Despite her best efforts she either ends up on the sidewalk or miles away from the kerb, as she leans out of the window trying to orientate herself.

In a last ditch attempt to figure out how to navigate into the sparking spot, the driver gets out and counts the steps in between the two parked cars.Her efforts appear to attract attention as a dog walker promptly picks up their pet as they walk past, before finally a Good Samaritan comes to help her out. headtopics.com

The bystander shouts directions from the sidewalk, advising her on how to manoeuvre her car - but is forced to put her hands on the boot asthe driver nearly backs into the vehicle behind.Finally the woman parks her car, and the pair hug as she presumably thanks the member of the public who helped her.

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