A The FAHRER expert revealed how to park perfectly backwards into a parking space every time.
Instructors on the TikTok page “Otimo‘ revealed the little-known tip in a short video on the social media site.
As the driver explains, motorists can master the maneuver the first time, every time.
The video claims that learners can pass their driving test on the first try if they follow the step-by-step instructions correctly.
Footage shows the man positioning the car for the demonstration.
On the video he said: “I will find the cove where I want to park or where I want to park.”
“I will position myself away from the bay.”
It then goes into reverse to warn the cars behind you what you’re about to do.
Motorists should check the front and rear area to ensure it is safe to continue driving.
He added: “Check all around, move and steer and we’ll get to the bay fine.”
Then he continued to reverse slowly, checking the mirrors and possible blind spots.
And just like that, he places the vehicle straight in line with the white lines of the bay.
The clip has received more than 3,000 likes and has been shared thousands of times by users learning to drive.
People flocked to the comments sections to share their thoughts.
One user said: “blind spot check”
Another claimed the video was a fail, saying: “But you hit the car.”to you.”
Others expressed frustration at someone saying, “I have a hard time adjusting when I’m doing something wrong. Either at an angle or too close to a bay line.”
The video comes as other driving experts have revealed an ingenious trick to cleaning tricky spots in your car – and people are saying it’s game-changing.
Also, a car cleaning expert has unveiled a 29p Tesco hack that will leave your car smelling fresh in seconds.
Elsewhere, a driving expert revealed how a little-known parking spot could help you avoid a hefty fine and potentially save hundreds.
Most drivers are unaware that there is a 10-minute grace period that gives them a little more time to get back to their vehicles after their parking ticket has expired. This is reported by the Bucks Free Press.