Teach Proper Parking with Parking Lesson Leaflets
Show horrible drivers how to park with a good ol' windshield leaflet.
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Hideous parking is a frustrating impediment when trying to find a reasonable space to leave your vehicle during a shopping trip, while eating out, visiting a public space, or seeing friends. There are several options to remedy the situation, such as patiently waiting for the driver to return for a friendly discussion, novelty tickets that encourage better parking in the future, or a simple note left for the offending driver. Unfortunately, none of these teach the driver the error of their ways in an efficient, timely manner. Mental Discharge's Parking Lesson Leaflets not only clarify a poor parking job, but provide a resolution with clear, concise instructions.
Click a leaflet to see it in greater detail. Each printable leaflet is presented in crisp, 300dpi quality.
Select a desired leaflet.
Select the leaflet you want by clicking its corresponding image with your mouse. This act is performed by engaging impulses from your brain to your arm via the nervous system.
Print your desired leaflet.
Print your leaflet from your printer using precious ink that cost more than the printer itself.
Leave your lesson.
Place the leaflet between the wiper and the windshield so the offending driver can appreciate the knowledge you just dropped on them.
Use this leaflet for a driver who didn't even come close to getting their vehicle in between the two clearly visible lines.
Use this leaflet for a driver who parked their vehicle too close to yours after the fact, thinking you enter and exit your vehicle like the Dukes do the General Lee.
Use this leaflet for the driver who's amazing vehicle must make the ultimate sacrifice of a neighboring parking space.
Use this leaflet for the driver who clearly miscalculated the distance between their car and yours while parallel parking.