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What if the difficulty of opening your door to enter or exit your car while going shopping in a supermarket was a thing of the past? This is possible, thanks to ingenious parking spaces, shared by an Australian Internet user.
Shane Smith was on his way to Glebe Hill Village, a shopping center near Howrah, in the Australian state of Tasmania. He was surprised by the intriguing parking spaces.
The latter are, in fact, not separated by a simple white line. A rectangle made up of three lines marks the separation between the places. Enough to leave an empty area of around 60 centimeters, between two parking spaces.
A system destined to develop?
Enough to allow access to your vehicle without having to twist and squeeze between the bodywork. This is also a way to avoid damaging other vehicles, as long as you are careful all the same.
This system is already present in front of certain stores in France. But this remains confidential. The fault, probably, is the number of places lost in the operation. By applying this marking, store managers can accommodate fewer people.
These must also be respected by motorists, who are not always conscientious. In the meantime, many drivers would undoubtedly like to be able to take advantage of this type of system more often.
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To sum up
Ingenious parking spaces have been put in place by an Australian shopping center. They allow you to get in and out of your vehicle without having to squeeze between the bodywork and to protect other users.
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