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Practice Makes PerfectRemember driving school? Don’t worry, we’ve blocked it out too. Despite it being an awkward breeding ground for excitement, sheer terror, and a few too many hormones, driving school teaches you the basics by repetition. There’s no reason why you can’t use the same techniques years after you first held that precious license in your teenaged hand. Find an empty parking lot or open space and set up some cones (or other easily visible, flexible items) the average width of a parking spot. Then park and park some more to get your head and hands used to properly maneuvering your car. Switch between vertical and parallel parking, and you’ll be a pro before you can say “fifth-period gym class.”
Parking million-dollar supercars aint easy
Now, because the cars are parked vertically, things can be a little hard for the valets. Unless I missed it in a podcast or YouTube video, each car must be loaded from the bottom up. That means if valets need the car at the top, the other four cars below it all have to be started and unloaded one by one. It’s by no means time-efficient, but that’s why the building has a coffee bar, as well as a whisky and cigar lounge.
Evidently, another challenge presented is the sheer value of the cars valets move. I’ve been lucky enough to drive some expensive stuff and can tell you that eventually, you get used to it. However, every once in a while, the gravity of the situation does pop into your head. Of course, stick-shift cars with tricky clutches are always a concern. Don’t want to stall a $525,000 Guntherwerks Porsche, now do you?