With the ever-rising cars on the limited space of Indian roads, it is common to see people parking vehicles haphazardly. This man driving on a narrow lane came across such a vehicle and he used his raw strength and power to move the car out of his way.
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The video is becoming viral on the Internet and shows a man driving Tata Harrier. His co-driver was recording a video from his phone when we can hear him saying that the SUV will not go through the small gap. Someone had left a Maruti Suzuki WagonR parked in the middle of the road. The driver of the Harrier got down and lifted the Maruti Suzuki WagonR back to its place.
Many people asking if it is possible to move a car like this should know that it can be done. The man used a technique to put maximum force on the car and move it away. Also, this is not the first time that someone has done it.
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A video recorded on CCTV became viral a few years ago. The video showed a man moving his car out after other vehicles parked too close and blocked his way out. This is something similar but we think that it is staged.
The car was parked in an inappropriate way even though there was ample space to park the vehicle properly. Also, no one randomly records and comes across such a problem. So just like many other social media posts, this is likely to be scripted to gain more views and followers. Nonetheless, what he did by moving the WagonR is definitely only a few can do.
What should you do in such a situation?
We hope that you do not come across such a situation where you’re blocked by a parked vehicle. The way to get out of the situation is to take a picture, send it to the traffic police and hope that the police issue a challan. And take a U-turn to find another way out. But if taking a U-turn is not an option and it is the only road that you can take to reach your destination then you should call the traffic police, who might come with a crane to seize the car and clear your way.
A quicker method to remove the car in the second situation would be to ask around the neighbourhood about the ownership of the car to find out the owner. You can then ask the owner to move the car to make way.