How a bus make a u-turn in Japan - เครื่องช่วยกลับรถที่ญี่ปุ่น

This is how bus make a u-turn in Japan. I found this machine in Gora Hakone Japan. At the end of a narrow road rather the bus make a simple u-turn. The driver just get on this machine and wait. It will turn around a car to an opposite direction then just get off from the machine. Also found this type of machine in small parking space around Tokyo.

เครื่องช่วยกลับรถ  ช่วยให้รถใหญ่ๆ กลับรถได้อย่างง่ายดาย แค่ขับขึ้นไปจอด แล้วเครื่องจะหมุนกลับทิศทางให้ ดูแล้วช่วยเพิ่มความปลอดภัยและประหยัดเวลา เห็นเจ้าเครื่องนี้ตามที่จอดรถแคบ ในโตเกียวหลายแห่งเลยครับ

A car turntable or driveway turntable is a rotating platform designed for use by a car; they can be motorized or manually rotated and are usually installed in a driveway or in a garage floor. They rotate a motor vehicle to facilitate its easier or safer egress. Sometimes a local zoning prohibition of vehicles backing onto busy roadways prompts the installation of car turntables.

The residential car turntable traces its history to the steam locomotives turntable engine shed, or roundhouse. The first turntable engine shed was the North Midland Railway roundhouse, built in 1839 at Derby, England. The turntable allowed steam locomotives, which could not safety be run in reverse owing to their design, to be rotated to a forward position.


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