Thursday, November 5, 2015

Garage Parking Aid Block Review!

Parking in a home garage can be exceptionally tricky – space is tight and typically lined with valuables. If there’s a teen driver, a senior, or an overworked parent at home, an accident may be a matter of time. Keep your garage clean and well lit, and simplify the parking process with a garage parking aid.

* 22" long x 6" wide x 4" tall; approximately 10 lbs. each
* Made from 100 percent recycled rubber tires.
Embedded reflective stripes
* Installs without mounting hardware
* Has mounting holes on top (if needed, not required)
Parking in my garage took some practice over the years and even until I came across the Gargage Parking Aid I was in trouble. I haven't driven my car into our house thankfully but I have closed the garage door on the trunk of my car. Just a few scratches I could have avoided if I would have had one of these awesome things in my garage from the beginning. I simply either left barely any room for my husband to park or partially sticking out of the garage. The Garage Parking Aid is amazing and completely solved my problem. When I pull in the garage I look to line my tire up with the block and if my headlights aren't already on, when I get close enough my sensor sees the block and my headlights come on. Instantly I hit the block and know I am just where I need to be. They are great to have in the garage, at businesses, private events and are even mountable to the ground with holes at the top (hardware not included). There was no need for mounting in my garage though, it stays secure and I can move it when I need to. I know others with the tennis ball hanging from the ceiling and the stop sign, honestly I feel this beats them both hands down. I simply love it and highly recommend it to everyone with a vehicle.
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10 comments :

  1. A parking aid sounds really helpful especially for seniors. I really like the idea of an extra support especially when parking.

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  2. I could use this for sure for the place I park my var--the spaces are skinny and although there is a cement piece that will stop me and others from hitting the retaining wall----hey a bit of reflecting tape would certainly help--these old eyes are getting worse with age.

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  3. sometimes there are days I need this. I love the idea. thanks for the great post!

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  4. My husband has front sensors or else I would worry-it's a tight for

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  5. My husband would like to have it in our garage. I love this idea.

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  6. This is such a simple solution to an all-too-common problem. We could use this on our parking spot too! If we go too far in, we hit a pole and I have done that twice already.. :/

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  7. This looks super handy. I always line up my car with the electric panel in our garage. It works but this would make it easier for me.

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  8. This is awesome, I think my brother need this in his garage, it could be help. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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  9. This garage parking aid block is a great idea indeed instead of people trying to guess when to stop. They are perfect for backing into a garage for sure and new drivers not used to parking.

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  10. This seems like a great tool for any driver, and even more so for student drivers or seniors! Thanks for sharing!

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