if you parking uphill you turn your wheel towards the curb and if you parking down hill you turn it away
Turn the wheel so that the car will roll away from traffic.
You must turn the wheel so if the car rolls, the tire will hit the curb. If you are parked uphill, downhill, on the right, or the left on a one way street, you have to figure out which way it will roll.
When facing down the hill - turn the wheels toward the curb when facing up the hill - turn the wheel away from the curb
If you are parked on level ground or facing downhill, you should turn your wheel towards the curb, so that the front of the tire is facing the curb. This way, if your car begins to roll down the hill or is struck from behind, it will be forced into the curb. If you are parked facing up a hill, you should turn your wheel away from the curb, so that the back of the tire is facing the curb. This way, if your car begins to roll down the hill, it will be forced to stop on the curb. Always apply your parking brake when parking on a hill.
i know they go into the curb
Into the curb ... so it won't roll. On a two way street (in the USA) that would be to the right.
to the right
toward the curb
you will turn the wheels ourward so if the car rolls downhill it will roll into the curb.
Away from the curb, towards the street. That way, if the car rolls, it will roll off the street onto the sidewalk and not out into traffic. I say use the emergency brake.
Not sure if there is a 'rule' for this but based on physics I would guess to the right (assuming you are on the right side of the road). That way if your car moves down hill it will move into the curb and hopefully stop.