We sometimes take the car to an automatic Port Melbourne car wash. There is little space at the car wash to dry off the car so we drive to this linear park along the Port Melbourne light rail line. Lads are lads and as is the evidence shows, doughnuts have been performed in the park.
Not car related, but this was thrown out too. I assume it works. Things thrown out in our basement usually do.
A line up of 'yank tanks' in Collins Street. I suppose fuel costs killed off these large cars in North America. If you never ridden in one, I can tell you they are extremely comfortable and just float along the road.
Hippie Niece loves Kombis and wants one. I snapped these couple of photos with the intention of sending them to her, but I got myself 'involved'. The owner of the van, an older man of foreign birth arrived back to his Kombi and noticed his parking ticket. He was annoyed and we were sympathetic. He is parked in a disabled space and has the correct disabled parking sticker on display and was within the time constraints and could not understand why he received a ticket and nor could we. He was going to hang around until he saw the parking officer to ask why and we left after I took photos and gave him my contact details. I never heard from him, so who knows the outcome. What I think he may have done is parked in the very wide disabled space when there was already one car there. The car park markings seem to indicate the space was for one car, not two.