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WATCH: Indian Car Parking 'Jugaad' in Cramped Space Wows Anand Mahindra

Screen Grab from the video posted by Twitter User @ragarwal/ Rohit Agarwal

Screen Grab from the video posted by Twitter User @ragarwal/ Rohit Agarwal

Don't have enough space to park your car? Look no further for a quirky solution.

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Indians are known to have cheaper hacks for all of life’s problems. Be it utilizing the last bit of toothpaste or using a bottle as a showerhead, the possibility of the mind is boundless. Your auto hack is definitely useful if it gets okayed by an expert in the auto domain. Recently, a video shared on Twitter showed “Indian ingenuity” at its best and was even re-tweeted by Anand Mahindra.


The one minute and 22 seconds video shows a car being safely parked in an area where there is less space to manoeuvre the vehicle properly. As the black car enters the area, a man goes ahead and drags a wheeled track out. The driver gets the car on the tracks and gets down. Then the men just push the track back so that it perfectly aligns the vehicle to one side. The post garnered over 6,000 likes and more than 1,000 re-tweets. One of these many re-tweets was that of Mahindra Group’s chairman, Anand Mahindra.

The industrialist wrote that the hack was “clever” and that finding ways out of constraints was “an Indian talent”. Anand Mahindra other than being an automobile tycoon is also a Twitter icon. The 64-year-old tweets witty and funny videos on his feed to tickle the funny bone in Twitterati. Mahindra is also often seen to take his followers by surprise with his smart puns and satirical takes on world news and events.

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