Sure, but streets like that are extremely uncommon in the US as a whole, compared to europe where the streets are so tight that it is very common to see cars parked almost entirely up on sidewalks and it is not uncommon at all for the lanes to be so tight that people have to reverse and back out to let a car coming the opposite way get through.
Originally Posted by WaxComb
You've never been to Sherman Oaks (Los Angeles). The older neighborhoods of Los Angeles have european sized streets. I clipped an E39 5 series mirror off once -> good thing I had touch up paint (to hide the ding on my passenger mirror of course).
After that, I've always folded at least my driver mirror when parked.
So maybe .1% of US streets fit the description and something like 25% of European streets do.
I don't provide lease/finance advice via personal message, so please don't PM me asking for personal assistance with your lease. My time is valuable as is yours, thanks.
Last edited by voip-ninja; 07-24-2012 at 09:28 AM.