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World record parallel park broken by German driver, then by Chinese driver

A German driver has broken the world record for a parallel park, placing his car in a car space only big enough for the car itself and 26cm of spare space. The record was placed into the Guinness Book of Records, but it didn’t last long before a Chinese driver squeezed past him to take [...] Original article from: Australian Car Advice - Australia's largest independent Auto site.
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