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Re: hi, i am teaching my wife how to parallel park,
Width of parking space: 2.6m and poles should be Length of parking space: • Rigid: according to Table 1 • Articulated vehicles: according to table 2 The length of the parking space is determined by adding the total length of the vehicle as indicated in the top column, to the comparative free play in metres, as shown in the bottom column. For example: Length of Rigid Vehicle A is 9 metres – therefore the total length of the parking space is: Length of Vehicle + specified free play = 9 m + 1.8 m = 10.8m.
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Choose who is going to be Number 1 (usually the main driver), and who is going to be Number 2 (usually the wife).
With the car running and in Park, get the seat and mirrors in the right place, press Set and 1. That sets it up for you.
Get the wife in the car and get her to set up seat and mirrors, and then press Set and 2. That sets it up for her.
Now, when you want to drive after she has been driving, you will just press button 1 on its own and the seat will change to your settings. When the wife gets in the car after you, she presses 2 on its own.
For all changes you must be in Park.
If there isn't a Set button, I am going to guess, you press and hold. I am going by the way it works on my Lexus. Neat feature.
In order to do a parallel park, you would have to position the LS next to a parked car. Then, put the LS in reverse and turn on the Park Guidance System. Set it to parallel park (the LS also can do a 90 degree park) and let go of the wheel. The LS uses a series of sensors that measure the distance between you and the parked car, and how far away you are from the parking stall. The sensors then send that information to a computer that will calculate that information and will control the steering wheel. The only driver input required is the use of the brake pedal to control the speed and stop the car. In my personal opinion, this is a safer way to park because human error is greater than computer error.