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driverless cars

The Evolution of Parking in a World of Driverless Cars

April 26th, 2017 Posted by Parking, Technology No Comment yet

It’s been difficult to read or watch the news in the past year without being aware of the rise of driverless cars. Car and tech giants from Uber and Google to Tesla and Ford have identified self-driving vehicles as the next logical step in the industry, and are investing billions of dollars to plan accordingly.



Technology is changing the auto industry

March 2nd, 2017 Posted by Car, Parking, Smart Parking No Comment yet

We are now well into 2017, and it would seem the future of auto technology has arrived—at least, as far as vehicles are concerned. The many new car advancements and trends expected on the road this year are pretty incredible, and some of them really do make one feel like they’re living in a sci-fi film.


smart cities

Smart cities – smart data – smart parking

February 1st, 2017 Posted by Parking No Comment yet

Recently, the idea of using data to create smart cities has grown tremendously. From incredible LED lights that could be fixed in a matter of moments (should they break) to better building designs and more efficient energy usage, there are a number of wonderful reasons using big data to create smart cities would be an amazing step into the future.  (more…)

Chicago events

Five Free February Events in Chicago

January 19th, 2017 Posted by Chicago Events, Parking, sharing economy No Comment yet

February is nearly here, and with it comes a wide variety of fun Chicago events. Whether you are looking for a fun date idea or an activity for the whole family, you are sure to find something to suit your needs in the busy Windy City. Best of all, many of these upcoming events are absolutely free, making them accessible to all, no matter what your budget may be. (more…)

ParqEx: Who Wants the Sharing Economy?

Who Wants A Sharing Economy?

November 10th, 2016 Posted by Parking, ParqEx, sharing economy, startup No Comment yet

Is the concept of a sharing economy a solution to traffic congestion and downtown parking shortages in metropolitan areas? If automobiles and transportation become part of a shared economy model, will this also reduce less demand for parking lots and parking spaces? Will cities like Chicago and Los Angeles become easier to navigate and air quality improve? What is the likelihood for a sharing economy to become a reality in the future and transform how we drive and park?


ParqEx: 4 Ways the Sharing Economy Can Help You

4 Ways the Sharing Economy Can Help You

November 3rd, 2016 Posted by mobile app, Parking, ParqEx, sharing economy No Comment yet

The idea of sharing with your neighbor is as old as time. We share an egg when our next-door neighbor runs out, we share a ride with our workmate when their car breaks down, and we happily share our time to help our child’s teacher at the class holiday party.


September Festivals We Recommend in the Chicago Area

September 22nd, 2016 Posted by Chicago Events, Community, Holidays, Parking No Comment yet

Summer is wrapping up and temperatures are cooling off, but things are still heating up in Chicago this month! For your consideration: a number of fun things to do while traveling in Chicago during the month of September.


ParqEx: 3 Common Summer Transportation Problems to Avoid

Don’t Let These 3 Common Summer Transportation Problems Ruin Your Fun in the Sun

May 19th, 2016 Posted by Chicago Travel Tips, mobile app, Parking, Safety No Comment yet

Summer is right around the corner, and this is usually exciting for most people. But after that initial jolt, the reality sets in.  Nothing is for free, and with all the joy that summer brings, it also has its costs.  Certain issues such as childcare, getting that beach bod ready, and dealing with the oppressive temperatures come to mind, but few things are as frustrating as transportation.

While we are happy not to deal with the winter transportation issues such as snow, salt, and ice, summer brings with it an entirely new set of factors with which we must contend.  Below are 3 common summer transportation problems that you must consider and plan for in order to get past the irritation and get straight to the fun.

ParqEx: 3 Common Summer Transportation Problems to Avoid

Traffic & Congestion

We have all been there – trying to get out of work early or get the kids together fast enough to beat the traffic to the beach only to find that everyone else had the same idea.  The summertime seems to create conditions for the perfect storm of traffic.  Not only do more vacationers (and therefore cars) on the road increase the potential for road rage, but many travelers are not familiar with the layout of or the path to their destinations. This can cause problems like getting lost and moving at slower speeds while trying to get oriented.  In addition to more drivers, with school being out less experienced drivers flood the roads which leads to more accidents, and therefore more possible traffic.  Cars must also now share the road with bikers and cyclists wanting to take advantage of the warm weather.  This limits space on the road and increases the need for caution. Finally, with summer being a popular time for construction, more road work generally means more traffic.


While we all know how painful a hot summer is on our bodies, we often overlook the amount of damage it can cause to our modes of transportation.  If you treat your car with the same care as you would any system or living organism, it will reward you by keeping you safe.  For example, air conditioning systems go from winter hibernation to full force in a matter of days.  Everyone should stretch before a work out, so make sure to run it for a few hours in advance and pay attention to any strange smells or odors.  Also, heat expands the air in the tires changing the pressure and causing potential blow outs.  It is important to remove snow tires and check them frequently. Harsh sun can cause excessive wear on parts such as hoses and drive belts as well as overheat engines.  Whether it is a car, bus, or motorcycle, checking in with your vehicle on a regular basis will keep it running at its optimal performance.  Don’t forget about your vehicles most important component – the passengers!  Risk of dehydration increases during summer months even in cars as people can be stuck in vehicles for long stretches during road trips. Keep water and coolant handy and pull over if there are any concerns at all.


With an increase in markets, festivals, and events taking place during the summer, the need for reliable parking becomes that much more important.  That said, more cars are trying to fill the same amount of spots so what may have once been adequate quickly becomes less than ideal. Furthermore, airport parking is limited due to more vacations.  Challenges will also vary according to the city.  For example, the beautiful farmers markets in Chicago or the large number of activities in Millennium Park may make downtown parking difficult.  Bigger cities like this are notorious for traffic problems and it can really put a damper on summer activities.  Fortunately sharing economy parking is an option and peer-to-peer alternatives are out there to help solve this problem.

These issues are not only an annoyance, but can also become quite costly to repair. Contact us to learn more about parking solutions as well as other ways to beat the heat this summer.

ParqEx: The Current State of the On Demand Marketplace

The On-Demand Marketplace Revolution

May 3rd, 2016 Posted by mobile app, Parking, ParqEx, sharing economy No Comment yet

The on-demand marketplace is growing exponentially and is now a serious business. Companies around the country and around the world are disrupting traditional business models. Also known as the “sharing economy”, companies are using peer-to-peer models to instantly provide services using people’s spare resources. Whether those resources are a spare room, a spare moment to work or a spare seat in the car or a spare parking space that they are leaving. Today, the sharing economy is about $15 billion but within 10 years it will balloon to over $330 billion.

ParqEx: The Current State of the On Demand Marketplace

If there is one company that stands above all others in the sharing economy, it would have to be Uber. This company provides on-demand rides from the convenience of a mobile phone. Passengers can track the car as it approaches and have an up to the minute reading of how close the car is. Payment is confirmed before entering the car and the ride is generally more pleasant and professional than a typical taxi. Pricing is also determined dynamically so when there are many riders with fewer cars, prices rise and vice versa.

Uber has grown by leaps and bounds around the country and the world. Tens of millions of people in the US, China, India and Europe are using the app. At the same time, the firm is rumored to be valued over $50 billion and is make increasingly large sales. Lastly, the business model has overturned old taxi businesses and is causing governments to rethink outdated regulations.

Other industries are similarly being disrupted. AirBnB is the leader in peer-to-peer room sharing. LendingClub and Prosper are peer-to-peer money lending. Elance and UpWork are peer-to-peer freelance work sites. There is even a site called DogVacay that is an on-demand pet-sitting site. As they grow, venture capitalists are pouring money into the space to take advantage of the opportunity. Larger players such as Fidelity, Goldman Sachs and various sovereign wealth funds have even dipped their toe into this industry.

Those companies are not the only ones making a huge splash. For example, Chicago startup ParqEx is an on-demand parking app that is revolutionizing the space. It is making a push to be a leader in the sharing economy and is growing rapidly. The concept is simple, people should be able to share their on-demand parking spaces with others when they are leaving them and make money doing it. The ParqEx model solves multiple Chicago parking problems at once. When someone is leaving a spot, they simply register it on their app.  Surrounding drivers find and reserve the spot. The eliminates the hassle of endlessly circling and reduces the costs substantially.

The business model also takes advantage of a huge market opportunity. Parking  is a $4 billion per year in Chicago and $100 billion per year in the US market. Users can cut down on those costs while at the same time finding convenient spots that they are able to reserve, killing two birds with one stone.

ParqEx is also directly linking drivers with one another, following the true peer-to-peer path of companies like AirBnb. In contrast, other parking aggregators simply list the open spots of commercial lots. While that may benefit some consumers by helping them identify near-by lots, it does nothing to solve the problem in neighborhoods where parking lots and garages are not availabile. Similarly, those aggregators do not tap in to the power of peer-to-peer networks who can display the most convenient spots that are available now. ParqEx is rapidly growing in Chicago and has availability in several neighborhoods like West Loop, Bucktown, Wicker Park, Ravenswood, Lincoln Park and more.

ParqEx is the leading peer-to-peer on-demand parking application. It is helping drivers save time, money and hassle.

ParqEx: 5 Trends of the Sharing Economy

5 Trends in the Sharing Economy

April 28th, 2016 Posted by Community, mobile app, Parking, sharing economy No Comment yet

You’ve heard a lot about the sharing economy and have most likely used a range of services it offers, from Airbnb to TaskRabbit. You have probably also heard about changes, wrinkles and shifts in this emerging sector. Here are five trends in the sharing economy to watch out for.

ParqEx: 5 Trends of the Sharing Economy

Trend 1: Blending of Corporate and Start-Up Cultures

GM and Lyft recently made headlines when they announced a collaboration. The established auto company plans to partner with a start-up so that both can leverage new technologies. This trend, of smaller innovative companies becoming backed by large, established corporations is likely to continue. And it isn’t just autos.

Another example is ReCharge, a start-up service which helps visitors in San Francisco book hotel rooms by the hour so that they can, well, recharge. By partnering with hotel chains, ReCharge is able to offer a range of rooms and amenities to their customers. This is another example of large companies scaling down to serve niche markets, another trend that is discussed later.

Trend 2: Regulations and Growth

The challenge with blending corporate and start-up cultures lies in navigating between traditional employment models and sharing economy employment models. Independent contractors who serve start-up enterprises often do not have the licensing or insurance of full-time employees. This lack of regulation concerns some customers, some employees and many unions.

Billee Howard, CEO and founder of Brandthropologie, points out that “regulations trail innovation.” While federal and local government agencies work with unions and established corporations to iron out the issues liability and employee compensation, innovation hasn’t stopped. Upcoming trends in this area include legislation, legal battles but ultimately a resolution that fosters growth.

Trend 3: Keeping it Real

Critics of the sharing economy like to point out that there isn’t much sharing occurring in the model.

Duncan McCann writes on the New Economics blog, that booking a stay using AirBnb  requires monetary exchange.  Unlike couchsurfing, a community based free exchange,  Airbnb and similar apps are driven by profit. This, according to McCann and others, is not truly sharing. In reality, the Airbnb model is more akin to an access economy or peer-to-peer economy.

McCann also points out that many platforms, such as Facebook and Instagram, make profits because of the value created by the platform’s users. He foresees a future of a true sharing economy that is fostered “in way that really supports those who create the value.”

Howard notes that this type of trend is being seen in Europe, with community based models of sharing, such as a shared refrigerator. If you take something out, you put something back in. Since European trends tend to make their way to North America a true sharing economy might be on the horizon. However, this type of European sharing economy will not likely overtake the American peer-to-peer/sharing economy which is expected to reach $325 billion dollars by 2025.

Trend 4: Quantifying Environmental Impact

One benefit of the sharing economy that goes beyond its monetary value is the value it holds for protecting the environment. By sharing resources, staying local and living a philosophy of only using what you need, sharing business models cut down on waste.

The Huffington Post reports that a tourist using a home-sharing service will reduce CO2 emissions by 66% when compared to staying in a hotel. But not all savings are quantifiable, as pointed out by economists at the University of Pennsylvania.

Since the sharing economy is in its infancy, hard data is not available. One trend to look for is an increase in the amount of data collected on the sharing economy’s environmental impact.

Trend 5: Increasing Niche Markets

While the sharing economy itself is growing in value, smaller companies will be the ones that ultimately benefit. Recently, well-funded start-ups in the on-demand parking niche have dropped out. The reason is due to lack of scalability. However, smaller niche markets with an eye on local development and services have a better chance of making an impact.

Additionally niche markets like Patagonia’s Yerdle, that keeps used items in circulation among members, serves a specific need for a specific clientele. Another example is Absolut Vodka’s local distillery start-up program that encourages local people to start their own local distillery with recipes and backing from the international vodka company. This sharing of knowledge, techniques and goods is a trend worth watching.

The sharing economy is serves consumers who need local services delivered in seamless ways. The next time you are in downtown Chicago, contact us. Among other servies, we provide local on-demand parking for people who would rather enjoy their night out than spend it circling the West Loop.

ParqEx: 3 Tips for Planning Your Spring Break Travel This Year

3 Tips for Planning Your Spring Break Travel This Year

March 31st, 2016 Posted by Car, Chicago Travel Tips, mobile app, Parking No Comment yet

It’s almost time for Spring Break; the annual school holiday millions of college students and their families look forward to each year. Hundreds of thousands of students will be hitting the streets, looking for a week’s worth of excitement and everlasting memories. If you’re looking to hit the big, beautiful, “Windy City” of Chicago, Illinois this year for your Spring Break then don’t forget these three important tips to make the most of your memorable experience.

ParqEx: 3 Tips for Planning Your Spring Break Travel This Year


Save the walking for once you’re inside your destination. Why chance having to park a significant distance from where you want to be? With the comprehensive and easy-to-use ParqEx app, downloadable on any smart phone, you can find a great spot close to your destination right now, whether it’s Shedd’s Aquarium, the art museum, or Soldier Field.

Parking in downtown Chicago can be a daunting task for even the most experienced travelers. But who wants to pay exorbitant taxi fares, and wait for them to show up to get around the city? You can simply rent a parking space ahead of time, using the same handy ParqEx app. Renting a space ahead of time can get you discount parking as well so you can spend more on souvenirs. If you know where you’re going to be and when, it’s simple to use the app to find a parking space close to your destination.


Shop for your hotel room early in the year; even as early as January. Many hotels will be happy to offer you a large discount for booking well in advance of your trip. In many cases the hotel will require up front payment but the savings, which can be as much as $100 or more can be significant enough to be worth it.

As you know, Spring Break is one of the biggest reasons for tourism for big cities like Chicago. Those choice hotel rooms can go faster than you can blink an eye. You can find these great deals for hotel rooms on popular travel sites which will show you an array of hotel options based on your preferences. Deals can also be found on hotel websites.

An app from a site such as Trivago or can help you find a hotel on the go in case you find yourself in the Windy City without a reservation. As an added bonus many travel sites let you bundle your vacation, saving you money on hotel, car, and flight.


Last, but certainly not least: have fun! This is your Spring Break. Experience it the way you want to experience it. It can be useful to have the Trip Advisor app as well. The app will show you the most popular hot spots in nearly every city in the country including user reviews. An app such as that can also offer more detailed information on restaurants, night life, and local culture such as address, admission information, and whether or not advance reservations are required.

If you are flying to and from Chicago and renting a car in between, consider shipping your souvenirs home before leaving the city. With skyrocketing luggage fees, it’s possible to save a ton of money this way. If your hotel does not offer a mailing service, they can certainly point you towards the nearest United States Postal Service.

Spring break is a time to let loose, kick back, and have a blast. With these handy tips and apps, you take the guess-work out of vacationing in comfort and style. You have the tools close at hand to make it the best Spring Break ever.

Contact us today for more information on how to find the perfect parking place wherever you are.

ParqEx: 5 Important Things to Consider When Planning a Road Trip

5 Important Things to Consider When Planning a Road Trip

March 24th, 2016 Posted by Car, Chicago Travel Tips, mobile app, Parking, Safety No Comment yet

The road trip is a phenomenon seemingly as old as the automobile itself.  Way back when, a road trip was simply to the next town over.  These days it is possible to travel across an entire country.  While a road trip with your buddies or significant other may differ in purpose and content from a family road trip, it will always be an affordable way to see the sights and spend time with the people who you care about.

ParqEx: 5 Important Things to Consider When Planning a Road Trip

That said, what seems like a simple concept (get in the car and drive) can often be derailed by unforeseen circumstances and poor planning.  While there are many things you cannot prepare for, there are several ways to get ready for a road trip that can make the trip run more smoothly and make it much more enjoyable for everyone. If you are planning a road trip or intend to soon, below are 5 things to consider.

  1. Destination and Route: While many people just want to hit the open road and see where destiny takes them, not having at least a general destination in mind can result in disaster.  Multiple route options are ideal as well.  Weather could make the scenic route more treacherous, but on the other hand you could miss a lot of landmarks if you do not plan to drive past them.  This plan does not have to be especially rigid, but it can help you prevent unintentionally driving several 8 hour stretches.  This is much easier than it used to be with today’s technology with such planning apps as Roadtrippers or On The Way.
  2. Budget: While driving to a destination is much cheaper and more about the journey than flying, expenses can add up very quickly. For example, you may want to meander around an area to see the sights, but gas prices can accumulate, so best see what you can on foot.  Apps like Gas Buddy can help you save money on gas.  Prepare as much as you can to eat beforehand and share rooms if possible.  There are several online travel calculators that can assist in this process.
  3. Parking: While you are driving to most cities or towns, once you get to that destination you will probably want to get out and explore.  Unfortunately, in many places parking is not always easily accessible or the rules are unclear.  For example, Chicago parkingrules differ from New York City parking rules.  Fortunately, Parqex has a very helpful parking app that can help in that area.  If other cities do not have similar apps, try and scout ahead for discount parking or places you can rent parking for the day.  Downtown parking can be especially difficult to find in certain places so take into account the size of the city.
  4. Cash: Even though many people do not like to carry a lot of cash with them, it is important to have some on a road trip for multiple reasons.  Toll booths seem to appear in the most random places, and many parking stands still only take cash so make sure to carry both bills and coins.  It is also a good idea to keep this in a place other than your wallet in case it is misplaced or stolen.
  5. Stay In Touch: Make sure a friend or family member has a copy of your general itinerary and check in regularly to keep them updated about any changes.  This way in anything happens to you or you fail to check in, there is someone who is aware that things may not be ok.  Turning on apps like Find My Friends alerts people to your location at all times if assistance is needed.

Of course there are other important considerations such as proper packing and making sure your car is in the best possible shape.  Road trips are a shared common experience that unite us as both individuals and as a culture.  That said, it is true that many people look back at their road trips growing up and only recall the broken down car or fighting siblings, so make sure to prepare adequately in order to avoid a negative experience. Contact us to learn more about parking options or any other ways we can help make the trip one that your family and/or friend will remember with a smile.

ParqEx: Highlights of the 2016 Chicago Auto Show this Past Week

Highlights of the 2016 Chicago Auto Show this Past Week

February 25th, 2016 Posted by Car, Chicago Travel Tips, Community, mobile app, Parking, ParqEx No Comment yet

The week-long 2016 Chicago Auto Show, which culminated this past weekend at McCormick Place, featured an extensive array of vehicles.  Some of the vehicles on display included hybrids, electric, convertibles, crossover, diesel, economy and sports cars, to name a mere few.

ParqEx: Highlights of the 2016 Chicago Auto Show this Past Week

Examples of the electric car technology at the auto show could be seen in two of the more prominent of the bunch, the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt.  However, many more such cars were present as well.  For the record, electric cars come in a few different forms, such as battery-powered only and extended range electric.  The latter will operate until the charge of its battery runs out, then it switches to gasoline.

There were also numerous hybrid cars on display at the auto show.  In no particular order, a few of them were the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, 2017 Kia Optima Hybrid, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ, the Mercedes-Benz S and the Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid.  The main allure of the hybrid vehicle is that it utilizes two different energy sources for its power. Hybrids are highly efficient in improving fuel economy.

With so much new technology in vehicles on the rise, we at ParqEx feel like part of the team, and we get just as excited at the technological success within affiliated industries. This is especially true for the Chicago Auto Show. ParqEx is a community-based private parking marketplace app available on app stores.  Contact us for much more information.

ParqEx: College Campuses Could Benefit from Using Peer to Peer Parking Platforms

College Campuses Could Benefit from Using Peer to Peer Parking Platforms

February 22nd, 2016 Posted by Car, Chicago Travel Tips, Community, Parking, sharing economy No Comment yet

We all know that feeling of finding that sweet parking spot, but for many students at colleges and universities across the country, both students and faculty are not experiencing this pleasant emotion. While tuition and enrollment both continue to rise, parking facilities are not keeping up with the pace.

According to figures from the National Center For Education Statistics, in recent years, enrollment at secondary educational institutes has risen by 24%, from 16.6 million to 20.6 million. The number of full-time students rose to 28%, while the number of part-time students rose by 19%. While this is great for the education of our society as a whole, students and faculty are frustrated by a lack of adequate parking.

ParqEx: College Campuses Could Benefit from Using Peer to Peer Parking Platforms

UIC Gets a C Minus in Parking

For those attending UIC (University of Illinois at Chicago), they’re logging in at the popular College Niche website and have given the parking situation on campus a C minus as an average grade. While this denotes a less than fair level when it comes to grading standards, it would not be a grade that I would want to see on my college kid’s report card. Some of the complaints listed by students were:

  • The price for parking in a semester is way too high
  • Free parking around UIC does not really exist
  • Get(s) annoying real quick because it’s always packed
  • Parking on campus is impossible
  • You need to plan ahead to make it to class on time

A student author contributor notes, “According to research, at any given time there are about seventeen thousand people on campus, but there are only about eleven thousand available parking spaces.”

Worst City For Parking

Since Chicago is such a big city, it should probably come as no big surprise to students that parking is a problem there. As a matter of fact, Nerd Wallet named the windy city the worst town for parking in all of the United States. They cited variables such as cost, problems with theft and pointing to a controversial privatization of parking.

Prices skyrocketed in 2009 after the City of Chicago made a deal with a group of investors, organized by Morgan Stanley, to operate its meters for 75 years. A group called Chicago Parking Meters LLC runs the gamut and the city also has an enormous laundry list of parking violations that they use to deliver expensive citations.

No Room and No Money For Additional Parking

One might imagine the simple solution would be to simply add more parking structures or build additional lots, but in most cases, there isn’t sufficient space or funds available. According to Parking Today, the cost to build just one parking spot is around $2,000. For a parking garage or other type of structure, the expense shoots up to somewhere between $13,000 and $15,000 per space.

The addition of more parking also means an increase in traffic, which means that the University would also be forced to perform a traffic analysis. Campus and neighboring streets may not be able to handle the additional wear and tear on their aging roadways and other surfaces.

Students Using Peer to Peer Parking

In today’s modern technological world, many are turning to apps like ParqEx – A Peer to Peer Parking. The concept is actually quite simple, after downloading the app to your smartphone or android device, parking spot owners can list their unused parking spots and renters can rent convenient and affordable parking.

ParqEx: 3 Ways to Earn Money This Year

3 Ways to Earn Money This Year

February 18th, 2016 Posted by Car, Chicago Travel Tips, mobile app, Parking, sharing economy No Comment yet

Everyone likes money. They say that money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy things like food, housing, and entertainment. Wouldn’t you like to have just a little more in your pocket? Here are 3 ways to earn extra money this year.

ParqEx: 3 Ways to Earn Money This Year

Rent out your parking spot

Believe it or not, that little square you park your car in is worth a lot, especially if you live in a bigger city. If you don’t use your spot all of the time, or maybe you have an extra spot that you don’t use at all, it’s very simple to rent it out to people who need it using ParqEx. You don’t have to do much more than set up an account, but this one method could easily make you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year. All you have to do is list your parking spot on the ParqEx platform. Input the dates and times that it will be open, and be sure to note how much you want to charge for it. Don’t forget to upload a photo of the spot too. If the ParqEx system finds someone who wants to rent your spot, you can accept or deny that renter. If you accept, the rent for the spot will appear in your account!

Rent out your spare room

No matter what you have, there is someone out there who needs it. Do you have extra living space available? This could mean anything from an apartment you’re not using, to a spare bedroom, to an air mattress and some space on the floor. Why not rent it out? You can use sites like RadPad or Zumper to sublease or find a roommate for months at a time, or you can set up an account with a company such as AirBnB to rent out extra space for as little as a night.

Rent out your car

Going on a trip? Why not rent your car and parking? ke GetAround and Turo are peer to peer car sharing comapanies that specialize in facilitating this exchange, whether you’re going on a trip, or just not using your car for a while. So go ahread, rent your car and parking and make even more money.

Want to learn more about how you can make money renting out your parking spot? We can get you started. Click here to get started.


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