Parallel parking is very difficult for new drivers to learn and is the main part of the driving tests. You need to park between two cars that are parked parallel to the edge of the road. Parallel parking is a little bit difficult and takes some practice to be a master. If you are a new driver then practice your driving skills before your driving test or parallel park on a busy roadway.
1. Position your car
Start 2 feet away from the front car, with your bumpers parallel and tires turned all the way around slowly steer your car in parallel to another car.
2. Check your mirror
Check your rear mirror and left and right side mirror to check there is traffic or not in your sides or blind spot and then shift your vehicle into reverse.
3. Start backing up
Slowly reverse your car and turn the wheel all the way to the right so it’ll bring you inside the parking space. As your car moves inside the parallel parking space then slowly steer your steering wheel as you continue to move backward toward the parked vehicle at the end of the parking spot. and please keep in mind check to the left, right side and rear side mirror to ensure that you are not hitting any other vehicle.
4. Turn your steering wheel to the left
Once the front of your vehicle has passed the back bumper of the vehicle on the parking spot in front of you begin to turn your steering wheel to the left side to place the car into a forward position.
5. Place the car into the parking spot
Turn the steering wheel until your wheels are straight, slowly move forward until you are about 2 feet from the car in front of you then just look at your wheels are straight and put your car into the park.