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, 18 May 2011

PaveParker of the Week! DV10OXB - the Gentle Art of PaveParking.

This week, our prestigious PaveParker of the Week award goes to the driver of Aberdeen Car Vauxhaull Astra 1.4t 16v SRi 140 yes, that's the 1.4t 16v SRi 140 with the reg. no. DV10OXB, as spotted on the city's Allenvale Road.

We thought it was time for the PaveParker of the Week award to get back to basics. Over recent weeks we've shown that the enterprising drivers of Aberdeen Cars, in their relentless search for sources of economic growth, have found new and innovative, clever ways to ensure that traffic flow (the fountainhead of economic growth) is maximised. We've shown that the business-savvy drivers of Aberdeen Cars have sought to achieve this via advanced PaveParking techniques.

These techniques have included:

  1. Full PaveParking
  2. The Double-Yellow Straddle
  3. Chevron PaveParking
  4. Bollard-Thwarting
  5. PaveParkVertising
  6. Wingmirror Flipping
  7. Cycle- Parking-lane annexation by overwhelming force

All of which is impressive, clever, advanced and innovative; demonstrating the business-friendly credentials of the drivers of Aberdeen Cars and their prioritisation of traffic flow.

But, we think our advocacy of these advanced PaveParking methods is, perhaps, daunting to the novice - the coming generation. Every PaveParker has got to start somewhere - you've got to walk before you can run. And so that's why it's time to give our PaveParker of the Week award to the driver of this charcoal-grey 1.4t 16v SRi 140 Astra.

The driver of this Aberdeen Car shows us the basics of PaveParking - two wheels up. Yes, the driver of this car demonstrates the very distilled essence of the Gentle Art of PaveParking.

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