If you’re concerned about parking in public places because you don’t want your car to be damaged by someone else, finding an end spot can be a great relief. However, the owner of the C6 Chevrolet Corvette in the picture apparently didn’t think that one spot was sufficient, so they decided to park their car diagonally across two spots instead.
I really hate seeing Corvettes parked like this, especially when they are right up front near the establishment instead of somewhere safer like the back of the lot. It reflects badly on Corvette owners and taking up two spaces just asks for people to mess with you like this Grand Sport owner found out.
The picture and a video of the Corvette owner’s reaction as he came out to find a Jeep parked on the curb next to him was posted to Reddit r/pics today by AnotherCJMajor who was the owner of the white jeep.
After a long drive in New Jersey traffic, he pulls into a “semi-busy” restaurant and finds a white C6 Corvette Grand Sport Coupe taking up two spaces right next to the building.
As some people pointed out in the comments, he was actually pretty generous in his parking job in that the Corvette driver was still able to get in through the driver’s side door. That being said, he was just in the wrong for his parking on the sidewalk.
As a Jeep owner, the ground doesn’t necessarily need to be flat to park on it and so he pulled right up on the curb next to the Corvette and then waited for the reaction as the Corvette owner returned to his car. h/t: corvetteblogger.com
The moral of this story is that if you feel the need to take up two parking spots, you might want to do so a little further away from the building. Even then, don’t be surprised if someone leaves a friendly note or adds some chalk parking lines for you to enjoy.