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You might think your driving - and, more importantly, parking - is second to none. But there's absolutely no way you can't be impressed by this fella's skills:
The man found himself in the tightest of spots with cars practically bumper-to-bumper. To many this would be a problem for a later date... like when the cars had moved.
But for this New York driver, it looked like a walk in the park, as he patiently went back and forth to get himself out of the tight spot.
In the viral video, the man can be seen nonchalantly walking over where most people would be flailing our arms around in opposition.
First of all, the 4x4 edges forward before putting his full wheel lock on and reversing a few centimetres. With his lock on the opposite side, he moves forwards again.
We can only begin to imagine the noises coming from his sensors, if the vehicle has them.
The driver in Brooklyn, NY, then goes backwards, as a few men begin to watch on the side of the road. Forwards... and backwards. Forwards. Backwards. Forwards. Backwards. Forwards. Backwards.
Forwards and... FREEDOM.
Towards the end of the manoeuvre, a man assists the driver with the universal hand signals, telling him how much space he's got and when he should stop.
Commenting on the video, one person wrote: "It's not that hard once you have to do it ALL the time."
Another said: "Skills. I thought he was just going to ram them."
A third commented: "Only New Yorkers can deal with this type of parking other ppl nah I'm just gonna leave it there til they leave and was raised in Manhattan."
Another NY resident added: "I've done this before! It's too common in the city. You just have to. The guy has done it so much that he is not even phased [sic] by it anymore."
A fifth complained: "Why aren't we talking about the white car behind him?!? WHO PARKS THAT CLOSE TO SOMEONE ELSE?"
Another show off said: "And this children, is how it's done. Exactly how I drive and I'm from New York!"