A photoblog about Russian tourists failing to park in Lappeenranta.
You can't always make it!
Typical parking style every day here in Saint Petersburg. If you even mention these people that they are such idiots, they threat you by "brothers" etc.
And he/she is doing wrong what? The sign allows only two cars. Okay, Acura is a bit skewed and I don't see parking disc on dashboard.
^ Follow-up (same person). Sorry, I misunderstood, thought the sign allows parking only next to it. It would be better if instead of arrow, sign tells directly that here are three parking spots.
Actually, the sign tels that parking is allowed for 2 hours whit parking disc between 7 to 17, weekdays, other time no limit.The sign tells nothing about how many cars there can be and how you can park it there, that you have to undestand yourself. Seems that here somebody didn't. :)
"Actually, the sign tels that parking is allowed for 2 hours whit parking disc between 7 to 17, weekdays, other time no limit."Well that is obvious. But I wouldn't blame only russian car. That ford looks like its nicely but its skewed too, so if the russian car would be straight, it would be impossible to get out of the back seat.
brake their windows
The owner of the white car seems to have done the right thing. Long time ago I parked a car facing a traffic sign like here -- and received a fine. My car should have stood on the right hand side of the arrow (like the white car does), not on the perfect looking parking place _in front of_ the signpost.
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