Just watch the following video. In my previous post, I talked about how parallel parking is difficult and in this following video a woman (surprise! lady driver) manages to do it with ease (and she is a regular person, not a stunt driver, which makes it all the more amazing).
Looking at the following driving video, I simply applaud Michele’s driving.
Clearly, she listened well to her instructor and practised even more to get to this level of skill… I mean, I have parked in tight places and driven off easily and relatively quickly as well. But looking at the space in the video shown below, it is an entirely different ball game – it requires an extremely talented driver who has constant practice to achieve it. The best part of all is that even though there are signals for parking in the car, it still is not easy – anybody with a driving license will tell you that too.
I guess she can go out there and challenge the world record I shared with you in my previous post. She is crazily good at driving!
Do you know that if you learn driving in Singapore, the parallel parking test element will not even look close to anything like the above video? I am not referring only to the distance between the cars, but I am referring to the ‘obstacles’. In fact, when you take your Singapore driving test to get your license, you will only be trying to park your car in between two kerbs, one in front of your car and the other behind. It is really relatively simple to pass your driving exam in Singapore.
Well if you know how to drive, or are a learner student in Singapore taking parallel parking driving lessons, you will certainly know how difficult parallel parking can be. In fact, it is arguably the hardest driving skill to master.
However, as with all things difficult, there will be people in the world to solve that with ease. As if parallel parking by itself was not hard enough, here comes the Guinness World Record to blow everyone away.
The following video of the Guinness World Records will amaze you with the guy’s phenomenal driving skills. If he became a private driving instructor in Singapore, all the students he teach would pass the driving test on the first try – guaranteed.
If only everyone of us had 25% of his skills.
For those of you who are marveling at the above video or find it amazing – you do not know how hard it is still if you do not yet have a Singapore driving license.
A good place to learn this would be at Singapore as there are many top driving instructors in Singapore on top of having well qualified driving instructors (mainly because the Singapore Traffic Police have very stringent requirements for these instructors). Thus it is a great idea to get private driving instructors in Singapore.
In places such as at Ubi, Woodlands and Bukit Batok, there are a ton of experienced private driving instructors who teach new students who have not learnt driving before.
Even if you have learnt driving before, there are also refresher courses for those who wish to re-familiarize – as parallel parking is a tough skill for people to master even if they have a driving license already – I speak from personal experience.
Hence, if you have gotten your license a long time ago but finally got a car for yourself now, then go for Singapore refresher driving lessons.