I guess there’s nothing technically wrong with this parking, it bothers me viscerally.
And I can appreciate that ambulances and fire trucks sometimes put reverse lettering on the front of the vehicle, so you can read it in your rear-view mirror. But something about this application of reverse letters escapes me.
There’s a story here
it isn’t mine to tell
Seriously. What‘s to say? I expect people in Chile, Paraguay, Honduras, or many other countries could post and have posted similar.
Still, this was part of my day in Uruguay, today.
Which means no parking (literally “not to park” as I understand it).
I haven’t been to Tres Cruces bus terminal and mall in some time. The cool underground parking now features a car wash/oil change place. Interesting.