Genius Chinese Woman Brings Her Parking Spot On A Foil

Posted: Jun 23 2016, 2:18am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 23 2016, 4:11am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Genius Chinese Woman Brings Her Parking Spot On A Foil
Via People's Daily, China

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A video goes viral in China showing a woman bringing her own parking spot markings on a foil. This is genius! Watch the video below.

Finding a parking spot is as hard in Chinese cities as it is everywhere else. A Chinese woman found a genius solution to the problem. She made a foil with white markings. When she needs to park her car, she rolls out her portable parking zone.

The video shows a car approaching with the driver waiting for the woman to clear the parking slot. The people in the car did not expect that the woman is taking the parking spot with her. She rolls the foil up in front of the camera and puts the parking spot foil in the car and drives off. There is no parking spot anymore here.

This is almost a magic trick that is aimed to convince police and parking controllers that there is an actual parking zone. China's People's Daily posted the video on Twitter. There are no details in which city the woman rolls out her parking slot. Now that she got caught on video, parking controllers will likely soon look twice at single parking zones.

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