A: My vote goes to the owner of this vehicle that I parked next to Sunday at the Burbank Costco:
Now hang on people, put down the torches and pitchforks and hear me out. While I’m the last one in this city to give any sort of sanctuary to the multitudes who park like so, and though the photo above I initially snapped with severe disdain does indeed showcase a vehicle in what would seem to be parking at or near its tardest, here’s the two reasons why I’m going to refrain from judgment or criticism:
1) Though occupying the neutral zone on the right, there is no actual encroachment into the adjacent space, and the position of the vehicle does not physically inhibit ingress or egress to the adjacent vehicles. If anything it actually enables it.
2) Given the new car smell richly emanating from the vehicle, I can empathize with the ding-phobic driver seeing as the small SUV looks like it was just driven here directly from the proverbial showroom floor.