This parallel parking video shows how to use the 1 o’clock method using full locks of the steering wheel to execute a parallel park that would be suitable for the UK practical driving test. The parallel park exercise is one of the four manoeuvres that may be chosen on the day of your practical driving test at random. It is important to remember that you will not be asked to park in between two cars on your driving test. Only to complete the manoeuvre within two cars lengths. When parking in a real life situation, this method (the timings, spacings etc) will likely need to be adjusted slightly however the general principles of this parallel park method should remain the same.