Chapter 15 Continued.... Everytime I park any car in my garage, there is risk of the vehicle being hit either in the front or the rear or the side if I don't get the precision right. "Z" is the best letter I can describe that you need to follow when you park a car in my garage. Start reversing the car from the road up the slope and into the garage slowly turing the steering accordingly. Straighten the automobile and viola you have parked the car inside. Parking the SX4 Having gained experience over the years I never thought that it would be a tough call for me to park the masculine SX4. Ravi came down with the car and I was off into it in a jiffy to do my usual "Z" pattern. The Attempts It was the worst attempt of parking any car in my life. A very close miss for the bonnet. The SA had his eyes really wide open and balls popped out. I could read from his expression - "Sir, do you know to drive?". But he could not brave himself to ask that to me. Attempt number two was also a failure; just got in too straight. It was then I realized that the high rise boot along with low coverage of the RVM was the culprit. I parked the car the third attempt by following the traditional way. Taking the car out was pretty easy and off went the SA with his driver heaving a sigh of relief. Calls started pouring from the dealership to know when I would be booking the car. I politely declined stating that there were few more cars that I need to try before finalizing one. With assurance that in case I go with the SX4 I would get in touch with them stopped the calls. With just three brands and a total of 5 cars in my kitty I was excited and pretty sure that I would be able to finalize a car shortly.