Naifeh's Food Market is located 0.4 mi from Munford Baptist Church via Munford Ave.
Learning Parking at Naifeh's Food Market
Vehicle parking is currently rather tricky to figure out as it stands, but it's a lot more difficult to figure out parallel parking and driving backwards into a parking spot of your choosing. Back-in parking is what we call the last mentioned. This is how you normally do back-in parking: first off, you drive your manual vehicle ahead until you're approximately a whole car's size ahead of the parking spot, signify your plan with your blinker and make sure the area is empty behind you. Immediately after looking to see that the path is clear to back your car into, push down on the clutch then slide the manual shift to reverse gear. See to it to step on the clutch pedal all the way to the floor while you haven't started your back-in yet. As a matter of fact, for safety's sake, press the brake and clutch pedals to the floor to start off. Then, carefully raise your left foot off the clutch till the clutch catches - often when the sounds from the engine changes and you sense the back of the car rising up a bit. Now, when you're ready, move your right foot off from the brake and maneuver the clutch and brake pedals to start backing into the parking space. Because you're moving in reverse gear, beware not to exceed just a few MPH. Then, if you're not happy with how the car is positioned after that initial attempt, do not hesitate to do all the tiny changes you need to do till you're content with how the manual car is parked. Now, let's carry on to how to parallel park while driving a stick shift vehicle. First, don't forget to activate your blinker to indicate a right turn. Then, drive the car forward until you're two or three feet beyond the parking space and parallel to the vehicle ahead of it. Then ensure to check traffic behind and around you by examining your surroundings, and checking your mirrors and backup camera. Now, begin by pushing down on the brake and clutch until they get to the floor. Then, be sure your wheels are lined up by straightening up the wheel. Afterwards, very carefully raise your left foot from the clutch until you reach the bite point. When the clutch catches (bite point), you'll sense the rear of the vehicle raise a little and you'll notice a shift in the sounds come from the engine. You then slowly bring your right foot off of the brakes to get your car's wheels going. When you begin to move, maintain careful control on the clutch and brake pedals so the car goes at a leisurely and sure speed. Watch your mirrors, and when your back bumper is approximately two to three feet at the back of the bumper of the car alongside you, steer your steering wheel to the left. After that, once your rear bumper on the right closes in about a couple of feet from the sidewalk, spin the steering wheel fully to the right. Keep a slow pace with the manual car with your feet closely pressed on the brake and clutch until you get the stick shift vehicle to a full stop.