Person waits in car until it snows, activates remote control, walks backwards away from the vehicle, runs self over.
Person puts some groceries in car, backs up, stops, turns the front tires the other way, and pulls out?
Or am i missing something.
Makes sense. But you got one thing wrong...
It's not snow, it's cocaine.
I'm surprised at the large number of people that don't see what happened. Yes, the car backed out and drove away...but there's a little skip in the tracks. After the person backed out, turned the wheel the other way and started driving forward again, the tracks made by the front tires aren't a smooth line. And that just doesn't make much sense.
Front wheel drive, backed out, turned wheels, hit a little too much gas, spun the front wheels a bit, drove off.
What I want to know is where all the cocaine came from.
Maybe? Sorry only 10min break. Worth a shot.
don't make any sense. the tire marks from the back wheels are on top of tire marks from the the front wheels, which means that the back wheels created the tire marks after the front wheel created the tire marks.
also the back wheel tire marks suggest that the car was pulling in the parking spot, not pulling out.
the tire marks are so bizarre because it is showing a car pulling out of a parking spot, but backwards in time.
edit: the more i look at the picture, the more bizarre it is...here's few things that just bothers my mind:
if my assumption above is correct, then the car just simply disappear.
other cars look european, which have their driver side on the right, but the (presumably) owner of the car enter the car from the left side of the car.
there are too many foot marks on the side of the car (think about it)
THERE WAS A FIRE FIIIIIIIIIIGHT!
*edited for accuracy. Thanks NJerseyGuy.
If you look closely at how the tire tracks overlap it appears the car came from the left then parked. How it then disappeared I do not know.
Let me throw in a monkey wrench here-- Notice the parked car on the left? Looks like a UK license plate. That would make the car right hand drive.. Which means the car pulled out forwards, then it reversed...
Wonder woman draws her logo in the snow as she is parking her invisible car?
Backing up, stopping, turn tires, too much gas, small skid, adjust tires some more, carry on with life
Nope, that pretty well sums it up.
Look at which tracks overlap which. If he backed out, how then did the backing out tracks end up on top of the going away tracks?
No man, the guy backed out (straight at first), turned the wheel to the right, stopped, drove forward a little, did some sketchy stop and reverse a little and drove off. Trust me, I'm a scientist.
Look at your zoomed in image. The tracks closest to the parking spot go OVER the tracks farther away. The footprints are from his friend who was almost left on Earth, but made it to the car on time.
What would cause your tires to skip like that?
I'd say the pic is too small to make sense out of the tire marks. See , you see that the green came first, then the red one. But on the small one it looks different.
as per bullet point #2. In the UK the driver is on the right side of the car, but over on mainland Europe the driver is on the left.
but for the rest of it, yeah. messed up.