My car is an 03 Honda Element 4 spd automatic and I'm comparing the a 98 Altima auto and a 2006 Mazda 3i 5 speed.
It doesn't matter if the parking spot is outside, inside. or underground, I always have the nose/front pointing out. It makes it far easier and safer to exit the space.
The median age of adult ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft in the United States is 33.
Bus drivers can already refuse to allow them on board if the bus is too full but if there is room, why not?
When it happens it happens. There isn't a great deal we can do about it.
I think this is going to be different for each person based on each person's experiences and each person's eye sight. I don't think that everyone would be in agreement as to which one is more blinding.
For me, I have usually had more issues with a rising sun instead of a setting sun. I am more likely...
Said: "Shut up b***h." And kept your seat.
Public transport (bus / train / subway)
Taxi / Uber / Lyft
Or move close enough to your job so one or more of those options becomes viable. Otherwise, find a job closer to home.
to be frank, it's because they're jerks. probably don't want more people in front of them.
When younger, I would hitch hike places. Everybody was weird then. Uber is pretty main stream. Would it feel weird getting into a stranger's city bus ?
I have two kids, two kids, and a 45 minute commute to and from work five days a week.
Sounds like a good reason to get a dash cam.
Walk, bicycle, bus, subway, taxi, ride with someone else... a few ideas when we don't even know where you live.