A blog about cars in Aberdeen.

This is a blog about cars in Aberdeen because most people aspire to the convenience of personal motor transport, pay dearly for the privilege, provide much employment, contribute greatly in taxes, and then people expect them to ‘leave the car at home’, while their money is spent creating cycle lanes and the like for freeloading cyclists.

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

PaveParker of the Week! MA56FDX

Now that the former pedestrian refuge build-outs of Aberdeen's Broomhill Road are recognised as Demand-Responsive Emergency Parking refuges for the operators of commercial vehichles engaged in the execution of essential services, we're delighted to see that the Big-Society inspired erosion of the barrier between private and public has now extended to our city's yummy-mummies.

Here, the yummy-mummy driver of Aberdeen Car BMW X5 5dr Sport Auto (oooooh!) reg. MA56FDX has used the build-out demand-responsive emergency parking bay beside "The Ceramic Experience" ("fun is our business!") while she pops in to engage in some economic-growth engendering commercial activity.

Indeed, the yummy-mummies of Aberdeen are a foundation stone and pillar of our local economy, maintaining effective demand for petrol with their 4-litre engines and setting an exemplary template for others to follow. Busy beetling around from school-run to cafe, from shopping centre to florist/salon/another cafe and back onto the afternoon school-run they help create the impression that Aberdeen "City and Shire" is a region that's really  "on the move" and knows where it's going!

Not only all that, this particular yummy-mummy demonstrates her high regard for the rich heritage of Aberdeen "City and Shire". While we are a modern cosmopolitan city with urban dual carriageways and everything, it is said that if you're born and bred Aberdonian, you're a maximum of two generations from the land or the sea from where your grandparents pulled their subsistence. By her choice of city runaround, this yummy-mummy is demonstrating her homage to a land-based heritage, for her car resembles the tractor her grandfather would have loved to have had.

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