Parallel Park Masterclass! The bus driver shows his skills when he brings a people carrier into a VERY narrow space hanging over a ditch in India
- Bus driver PJ Biju skillfully parked a Toyota Innova between two sharp drops
- Confidently he returned to the room before making a few minor adjustments
- PJ said he is used to parking 12.5m long buses so the car wasn't a problem
Parallel parking between cars can be tricky enough, but this driver in India took it to a new level when he returned a people carrier to a tight position with a steep incline on either end.
PJ Biju, a bus driver from Kerala, India, had picked up a friend's white Toyota Innova ahead of the planned paint job and was parking it near his home when his wife was recording his amazing parallel park.
In the video shared on Twitter on Sunday, PJ can be seen driving into a parking lot behind two metal railings and seeing steep drops on either side of the concrete stain.
Bus driver PJ Biju skillfully maneuvers a white Toyota Innova people carrier into a dangerous parking lot behind two metal railings and between sharp falls in Kerala, India
The maneuver would have been a challenge even for the most experienced drivers, but PJ, who is used to driving 12.5m long buses, made it look easy.
In the footage, the people carrier stops next to the less inviting space and casually returns to it – the rear wheels of the vehicle are only inches away from the steep incline.
After just a few minor adjustments, PJ successfully parks the people carrier and gets out to inspect its work.
Speaking to Manorama News, PJ said, “I have been driving buses for many years, especially on the Ernakulam – Kannur route. And these vehicles are 12.5 meters long.
PJ (pictured) works as a bus driver and is used to parking vehicles with a length of 12.5 m. Because of this, parking other smaller engines is not a problem
“So the length of the Innova was never a big problem for me. Be it a car, you have a picture of the size of the vehicle. It's all about that understanding and trust. & # 39;
A second video posted on social media showed PJ getting back into the vehicle and skilfully maneuvering it out of the room.
In total, the two videos have received over 50,000 likes on Twitter since they were released.
PJ said he didn't know his wife even recorded his attempt to park and only found out when people started posting likes on the video.
When asked about the answer his parking tech got on social media, PJ said, “I'm just impressed. Little did I know this was going to happen. & # 39;
PJ gently turns the people carrier back into space until the rear wheels are only inches away from the slope before making a few minor adjustments to complete his parallel park
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