That is, what can be done to assist in lining up your car centrally prior to entering a garage threshold of limited width?
I have laser markers within the garage so I always stop in the right place but, because the front wings of my car (not being a Rover 75 or MGZT) disappear from line of sight, I'm always nervous with regard to placing the car central to the garage entrance before the front wings get anywhere near the garage entrance itself.
So far, the best solution has been another laser marker, attached to the up and over door, giving accurate centre-line guidance. The only problem with that is the fact that these laser markers only last 24 hours on a battery and, because the marker moves with the door, I am unable to connect it to a permanent supply from a transformer as I do with the fixed laser marker inside the garage.
The detection range of these markers is such that I can't fit one within the garage as it doesn't detect the car and switch on until the front of the car is over the threshold.
I've tried using a ribbon hanging from the edge of the garage door but, of course, the slightest breeze blows it all over the place.
Any clever ideas gratefully received. Thank you.