- Nov 17, 2017
I actually look down on “back-in” people, and immediately assume they lack the necessary intelligence required to carry on a conversation, especially if it’s a car. The reason Alex provided about not sticking out as far has some merit. But whenever I’ve asked anyone why they do it, the usual reason is “saves time WHEN LEAVING”, which is absurd given that they spent more time pulling forward and backing in in the first place and upon leaving have arrived at the same amount of cumulative time for the parking process. If I’m not already checked out about speaking to said people, the time thing usually pushes me over the edge.
Not you, of course. Other people.