We spotted this exemplary parking on the city's historic Hardgate the other day. What we particularly enjoy about this display of How-to-PavePark is the consideration show by the altruistic driver of this Aberdeen Car. Noting that the area is characterised by sheltered housing and nursing homes, our philanthropic PaveParker has made sure to leave just enough room for the elderly residents to squeeze between the car and the fence.
That is, of course, providing that the elderly people can be trusted to stick to the example set out in the instructive sign and walk one in front of the other in a line, as illustrated.
|One in front of the other, please.|
Our humanity-loving driver of this PaveParked Aberdeen Car has even allowed the elderly people a little bit more room by "flipping the wingmirror". Cool! We have to admit, though, perhaps there's just a hint of selfishness in this. It's possible that the driver was afraid that the sticks and walking frames of the passing elderly people might scratch this nice wee car; thus rendering it less nice. We congratulate the driver's foresight and planning.