I didn't figure my post to be very realistic, but it sounded great in my mind. If I'm looking at the schematic correctly it would appear that the turnaround will be on the left side of the garage as you face it. The truck driver in me is thinking that it would be easier to pull into the garage facing forward when you return home, and back into the turnaround when leaving. This way you are backing up "sight side" rather than blind side. Even in my cars I feel more comfortable reversing to my left, with both the side view mirror and any obstacles right next to me, allowing me to turn a much tighter radius. I'm sorry I can't really offer any help as far as the distance needed, but think your test idea is the most realistic approach. Sometimes calculations and comfort levels are two completely different things...
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