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- Jul 30, 2020
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- Kirkland, WA
- cybertruck tri-motor
LOLLOL... if you cant park the NORMAL sized cybertruck in a NORMAL sized parking space you should reconsider your purchase.
I seriously dont understand everyone's obsession with the Cybertruck so called "massive dimensions"... getting old quick. Please compare to all other full size trucks on the market.
Normal size is very different in various locations. Out in the Midwest, nearly any size truck can fit in nearly any parking space. Often with room to open doors for entry/exit.
Out here in Seattle area though, most parking lots have a majority of compact spaces that are tight even for midsize vehicles. Then further away are the “normal” spaces. But even in these normal sized spaces, it is often the case that a full size SUV or regular size truck will actually be wider than the space itself even with the doors closed. I often see vehicles parked in the center of a space but with the tires on or over the lines on both sides.
Often in those parking lots, if a full size SUV is parked on each side of the entry lane, they will both stick out so far that it is very tight trying to drive between them to find another spot.
And then if you try to turn to go down a different lane, you may have to do a tight 3-point turn to even get around the tight corners to get to the next lane.
Basically around here, parking policy is being used to de-incentivize “large”vehicles as a part of climate change policy.
Oh, and it doesn’t help that lots of compact cars like to park in the normal size spaces so they can minimize door dings.