Stop Hitting the Back Wall in the Garage
How many times have the front part of your vehicle and the rear wall of your garage come into contact? Even if it’s only slight, minor contact, it can lead to harm and scratches over time. A tennis ball is a good example.
Take the length of your vehicle’s front windshield and the wall in the garage. Then hang a tennis ball on a string just above the windshield so that it touches when you’ve gotten to the ideal distance. When parking your car, make sure to stop when this occurs.