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  • Fiat billboard helps drivers parallel park
  • Fiat billboard helps drivers parallel park
    Leo Burnett Deutschland (2015) ©
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Fiat billboard helps drivers parallel park

Unless you’re on two wheels or own a Smart car, parallel parking in the city can be a nightmare. But, in Germany, a new billboard is guiding drivers expertly into their spots. Created for Fiat by ad agency Leo Burnett, the poster has made parallel parking a whole lot easier.

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