Living in big cities might be great for your professional growth, however, you do fear the weekend, for it is the time when you get out onto crowded roads to shop or just roam around. You have to remember though that you take your car out and the biggest problem is parking your car.
But parking is no problem for Chinese wheelman Han Yue as he has done the seemingly impossible by breaking the tightest car parallel parking record. The Guinness Book of World Records has given its official nod to this feat too. Han managed to neatly slide his way into a gap measuring just 8 cm or 3.15 inch longer than the MINI 3 Door Hatch he was driving.
To give you an understanding of what all that is, the gap was probably smaller than the length of your smartphone. Han's feat shaves off 0.6cm from British driver Alastair Moffatt's record set back in July 2013 of 8.6 cm or 3.4 inch. The Chinese stunt driver has previously held the title in 2012 after manoeuvring into a gap of 15 cm (5.91 in).