For residents of Chongqing - the hilliest city in China - the way back home is often steep and winding.
But not many roads are as challenging as this one.
A road in front of a Chongqing residential complex has become viral because homeowners must drive up and down a five-storey-high spiral ramp daily.
The 'impossibly dizzying' road is situated in the Jiangbei District of downtown Chongqing connecting the main road to blocks of flats built on a hill.
To enter the complex, homeowners or taxi drivers must steer along the street which has four 360-degree turns - a difficult task for anyone with weak nerves.
What's more? The lower two storeys are also used as a car park, which means the drivers must try hard to avoid the vehicles parked along the two-lane driveway.
Chinese web users are so stunned by the unusual motorway they have called it 'the magical road of Chongqing'.
Many are also saying that it would be impossible for them to go home if their driveway were like that.
One man who lives in the complex told a local reporter that he admired the engineers who built the road.
The homeowner didn't seem to be bothered by the difficult driveway.
'The road is very artistic. It's designed for the unique terrain,' he said in a video report from Zhejiang Daily.
A taxi driver told the same reporter that having lived in Chongqing for a long time, he had got used to roads like this.
Fandoo, pootown, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
Isn't that similar to the one at the Arndale centre in Manchester?
Cornishpastylass, Upton upon Somewhere, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
I think I've driven similar in most towns in the UK I've visited.
Ghostbroker, Ca, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
There are loads of those everywhere. People on the internet must be new to life.