Adorable 4yo Goes Viral Doing Driving Test In Toy Car

Story ByJohn FengSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyAsia Wire Report

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This is the adorable four-year-old who has become a social media sensation with almost six million views after showing off his parallel parking and other driving test manoeuvres in a tiny toy car.

Four-year-old Lin Lin’s popular short clips can be seen on Chinese video-sharing platform Douyin, which is known as Tik Tok in English-speaking markets.

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The boy from Siping, a city in China’s north-eastern province of Liaoning, went viral after a video showing him parallel-parking his toy car was viewed nearly 5 million times – with other videos reaching nearly 1 million views.

His dad has now shared a clip of the boy expertly acing a mock driving test course, which included challenging manoeuvres such as a reverse slalom, reverse parking and – of course – parallel parking.

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Lin Lin spent about a minute completing the course, his dad said, setting an example for aspiring young drivers throughout the internet.

Lin Lin’s proud dad revealed: “His other video was so popular that I decided to share another.

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“I went online and searched for videos of driving course tests, then put him through his spaces.

“He even did a slalom, but he did it backwards!”

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Lin Lin is said to have completed the course in just one minute.

His dad added: “He took an interest in cars as soon as he could start walking and talking.

“When I’m driving he’s always looking at what I’m doing.”

Lin Lin reportedly now has more than 10 toy cars to choose from.

Social media users have speculated that Lin Lin’s father likely owns a driving school, but the parent said: “I actually sell appliances.”

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John Feng

I am a senior journalist and editor, and have worked for a number of different news agencies over the last decade. I am currently editor-in-chief of the Asia Wire Report news wire.

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