After a recent conversation with co-workers, I was shocked to find out how many people don't know how to parallel park in Casper.

In retrospect, there aren't a lot of places locally (vice downtown) where you'd actually need the skill, but that was one of the first things I was taught when I first learned how to drive. Well, that and how to drive a stick (manual transmission). Maybe it's an age thing. Most of the people I know over the age of 35 can, with most under that age that cannot.

Considering a lot of the newer vehicles have parking assist and some can actually parallel park for you, I can see why this is less important, but everyone needs to travel eventually and if you're going to a big city like LA, DC, NYC or even Denver, knowing how will make finding parking spots a lot easier and cheaper.

So the question is: