Just want to share you something:
In the 1950s, an inventor created a parking system that used the spare tire to move the car in and out of tight parking spaces.
It’s the part of the driver’s test that every teenager fears the most: parallel parking.
And new drivers aren’t the only ones who don’t like parallel parking, of course. So let’s step back in time to consider a nifty innovation that made it much easier to squeeze into a tight spot. Back in the 1950s, a man named Brooks Walker invented “fifth-wheel driving,” wrote Old Cars Weekly. The system utilized a hydraulic pump and the car’s spare tire to guide the vehicle in and out of parking spaces. It could also turn the car in a complete circle.
Bla…Bla…Bla… You can read it here.
There is no correlation between that article with our broken relationship anyway..
Just I remember, you told me that you’re my fifth-wheel. It’s funny, fifth-wheel even can help people park their car based on that article.
You’re not my fifth-wheel!
The fact is you’re my only one wheel, and because I lost you, I can’t move at all, I need my only one wheel that I love.
It’s you, Darya!