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Most sites I work on enforce a 'reverse parking' policy. Personally, I think it's a good idea. At shift change time people can actually see what they are doing, instead or reversing into pedestrians/cars already leaving. I first came across it about 15 years ago on an American Dupont system used in a lot of UK petro-chem industries. Clicky Clicky.
 

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We tended to reverse park at my old workplace, purely because of common sense, the car park was so poky, it was the best way of ensuring you could get out at the end of the day.

We often had a chuckle at one of the regular supply teachers, he wore a flat cap and leaned out of his window whilst reversing into his space. I found I could manage it fine with my mirrors.
 

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I was going to say Its a bit rough on the lady drivers :biglaugh: Bye for now will be back when the flack has died down :burnout::burnout:
 
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