Drivers Ed Direct Parking is an entertaining car parking game for all the family on the internet, where you have to try and park a car as accurately as possible in the shortest amount of time without crashing. It sounds simple but it can be downright challenging trying to navigate the car into some of these tight and often awkward parking spaces. This online driving game is a test of your skill, accuracy and patience – a good way to practice for both beginner and advanced drivers. Have a go! See if you can master the illustrious art of car parking online. Just don’t crash (cars cost money) and watch out for your wing mirrors! Good luck Parking-King!
OK, your job is to park – and park with passion. You need to park the car in the place indicated “Park here” at the start of each level. Try and do this without hitting any other objects or cars and try and get the car into the parking space as accurately as possible. You can take as long as you like, and replay the level as many times as you need. Try and get faster and more accurate each time. You can see your time and accuracy as you park. Remember, parking a car is an essential part of everyday life for a high percentage of adults and some students. It can be deceptively difficult but once you solve the niggling logistics, you’ll be a superhero amongst your friends! Always drive carefully!
How To Play: Use the arrow keys on your computer keyboard to drive the car: (UP) Forward, (DOWN) Reverse, (LEFT) Steer Left, (RIGHT) Steer Right. Press the SPACEBAR key when you are finished to see your results. You can see your game time in the top left corner of the game screen and your accuracy in the bottom right corner. Once you press SPACEBAR, you see the time it took you, how many crashes you had, your accuracy and level score. If you get stuck, you can restart by clicking on “RESTART” at the top of the game screen with your computer mouse.
Tips: Drive slowly and delicately! For side parking – always park by reversing (driving backwards). Pass the parking spot by approximately 1/6 of the car length and 1/10 of the car width away from the side spot. Start to reverse and turn the steering wheel fully (using your arrow keys). Once the front door of the car is close to the parking spot – turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction and keep reversing. You should be side parked now even in the tightest spot. Do not use your bumpers for tight parking! Have fun!