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Backing into Parking Spaces
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When you approach a parking space, you can see vehicles and people and pets clearly. So I pull past and back into the space. Then when I get out of the store or library or wherever, I'm not trying to look over my shoulder and see out of the mirrors. I just drive out and go on my merry way.

I think the habit was developed during the time in my life when I drove an 18-wheeler and then drove a transit bus. You cannot see behind either of those vehicles and you do not back up unless you have a spotter. You have a clear field of vision when you're parking your vehicle and you maximize your usage of space.

Pull-through spaces are ideal, of course, but not very easy to find.

It's safer to back into parking spaces and it suits my temperament (when I'm ready to go, I don't want to hang around). Does that answer your question?

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