Last edited by mervlam; 28th February 2007 at 11:55 AM.
you guys dont know what is vertical parking is it? lol!
refer to the first picture. all the vehicles in that photo are vertically parked
Last edited by Scaglietti; 28th February 2007 at 12:27 PM.
it is also known as vertical parking what
it is either "Parallel Parking" or "Vertical Parking"
Last edited by mervlam; 28th February 2007 at 12:31 PM.
the parking format depends on a driver's sitting position ....
when you park by the side, it is parallel parking (as in you park parallel to your sitting position).... and so in Vertical Parking, it means one parks with one side of the car facing heaven,
Example of Vertical Parking >>>> http://www.safetycenter.navy.mil/pho...photo121-1.jpg
If one parks above another car, as in 2nd level, then it is also known as vertical parking .....
Last edited by Canonised; 28th February 2007 at 12:43 PM.
always the Light, .... always.
Really? Then how come all the driving centres and even the Traffic Police uses the term vertical parking? Explain
When in Rome, do as The Romans do.
Last edited by mervlam; 28th February 2007 at 01:14 PM.
up curb hit the taxi...tt's a darn big curb leh hahaha
The "young driver" probably do not possess any driving license and was learning to drive a car in a car park late at night.
Bukit Batok Driving Centre: http://www.bbdc.sg/bbdc/xl/XL200_lite/advanced_doc.asp - "Vertical Park (Without poles)"
Singapore Safety Driving Centre: http://www.ssdcl.com.sg/courses/motorcar_refresher.asp - "Vertical and Parallel Parking"
Comfort Driving Centre: On my Class 3/3A Training Record Book, Module 3, S/No. 26 states
"Vertical Parking - Reverse" as subject
Traffic Police: On the Class 3 Driving Test Assessment Checklist, the category Parking (checklist 6 to 12) states "b)Vertical"
However the term Perpendicular Parking appeared on page 60, para 117 of the Advanced Theory of Driving 6e.
Last edited by mervlam; 28th February 2007 at 01:50 PM.