Was parallel parking the worst part of your driving test, the part that almost prevented you from driving home with your new license? If so, we at Wiesner of Huntsville think you’ll be glad to know that with the Chevy SS Sedan, your days of parallel parking are over. The vehicle now comes standard with Automatic Parking Assist, which means you’ll be able to take your hands off the wheel and allow your Chevy to do the parking for you.
Not only can the Automatic Parking Assist feature parallel park for you, it can also bay park your vehicle as well. All you have to do is put the car in reverse and control the gas and brake pedals, following the instructions from the Driver Information Center.
“Technologies that provide help in parking and even vehicles that can park themselves started, as most technologies do, on luxury cars but they have proliferated to more mainstream vehicles,” said Michelle Krebs, AutoTrader.com senior analyst. “They have broad appeal from newly licensed young drivers to older drivers and are also are attractive to people who live in increasingly congested urban areas.”
Basically, what she’s saying is you weren’t the only one who struggled through the parallel parking section of the driver’s test.