The car park at Chadstone is notorious for being over-crowded. But this isn't always the case. On a weekday visit a little while back, there were lots of spare spaces.
But just a couple of rows away, vehicles were prowling and waiting for a car to leave (you'll have to take my word for it that this is what the vehicles in the photo below are doing).
Is this a case of habits being hard to kick? Or are some of us so unaccustomed to walking that every metre counts and thus it becomes important to park as close as possible to the entrance - even if it means waiting for a space?