Your screen is to small to play this flash parking game.
The objective in this free web game brought to you by NRMA Insurance is to park your car as quickly as possible and avoid crashing anywhere not to damage your car. Have Fun!
So, you think you are good at parking cars? Is parking cars your passion? Well, anyway if you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Car Park Challenge game online. Am I right? ;)
First use your mouse to choose the color of your vehicle. Use the arrow keys to drive around to find a place to park. Avoid the runaway trolleys and other vehicles. Park in a legal, available space before the clock runs out. The down key is your friend, and will work as both brake and reverse.
In the big cities parking garages fills up early, with lines of cars in front of some gates before they opened near dawn. A parking lot also known as car lot, is a cleared area that is intended for parking cars. Usually, the term refers to a dedicated area that has been provided with a durable or semi-durable surface. In most countries where cars are the dominant mode of transportation, parking lots are a feature of every city and suburban area. Shopping malls, sports stadiums, megachurches and similar venues often feature car parks of immense area. In this parking web game your challenge is to park your car in a timely manner. Play our parking challenge webgame online for free now.
There are many ways for challenging a parking ticket, here is a few good advice. First, review your ticket carefully for mistakes. Every mistake is golden, so look good. If you can provide evidence to prove a mistake, this may be enough to have the ticket or your court case dropped. If you contest your ticket, try to get a court date that interferes with the police officer's schedule (find out when his shifts are, etc.). In most places, if the officer who issued the ticket does not show up in court, the ticket will be thrown out. Be honest with the judge, do not lie or try to make something up, remember they've been a judge for a while and can tell when someone is lying. Do whatever you can to provide defending evidence. If the wording is unclear about a parking area, or paint is too faded to generally recognize, a photo of the area can provide the judge with more information about the situation.