Alyssa DeCosta of Dartmouth reported her car was stolen after working at the Dartmouth Mall late Sunday night. She parked her 1998 black Honda Civic "at the entrance of Ruby Tuesday and Santander" at 3 pm, and left the mall shortly after 10 pm to find her car nowhere in sight...
I notice this more and more when I park in a parking lot. I can usually tell 90% of the time who's drive what car by the way they park it. Not all women do this, but a majority do. When they park, they leave the front tires angled which might cause a fender bender while you're trying to back out of your space.
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