That makes so much sense. The bonnet is long, the sensors are above the sleeper and won't pick it up, the camera is above the splitter, so then I am in for a new spitter, which let me guess, is probably back to the 5500 that the exhaust costs.
Or, just let me disable the safety...
Jeez, you just don't get it. Parking isn't difficult. Any idiot can do it. Chuck a railway sleeper behind, that is pretty much the width of the car, and yes, it becomes difficult. Forget mirrors, windows, sensors, cameras, you cannot see it. It's flipping invisible.
But, it's a big flipping but...
So can I. My old Merc (E class estate) I could park to within 5mm of the object behind, just looking out the tailgate window. This one less so.
But willing to let you try. Just get your cheque book ready when you write off my exhaust.
Playing partners who are muppets.
Medal today. It all goes wrong on 12.
Two of us hit provisionals. One needed, the other? Less so. (He found the original ball).
Lose my original ball. Provisional now in play.
One of the guys hits a ball from where I think my provo was. Middle of the...
I have a great idea. If, and it's an if, we ever meet, you can reverse my car, and I will put something behind it. If you hit it, using only the mirrors, and the camera, you can pay me the £5500 that an exhaust system on my car costs.
You can't see the sleepers that well in the mirrors due to the distorted view, and the size of the car, and as it's not my parking space, they are communal, modifying it is not an option.
The sleepers are there because other muppets used to reverse into the fence.
In other places, there is a...
Do I really have to explain again?
I do it to avoid driving backwards into concrete blocks or railway sleepers that the sensors do not pick up, in a specific instance parking at my flat.
An exhaust for my car would be mega bucks, so I would have to be a flipping idiot to write it off on a...
Got one. Don't trust it due to distortion. Fine if you want to park 12" away, but not if you want 2" away. Don't trust the sensors, as they don't pick up very low walls, or railway sleepers. Where I park at the flat, the low wall is actually under the rear bumper a bit, but I need to park this...
It still bugs me that if I am reversing, and open the door, the par puts itself into park, and you stop very suddenly. I can then put it back into reverse, with all the associated warnings. There are times when parking that hanging out of the door is useful.