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App Lets Owners Rent Out Unused Parking Spots

App Lets Owners Rent Out Unused Parking Spots
technology

Parking Panda is an app that lets people offer up their spaces when they aren't in use and lets garages offer a discount when lots aren’t full.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 september 2012

Parking Panda is an app that lets people rent out their unused parking spots, and simultaneously allows garages to offer a discount when lots aren’t full. The online parking reservation service is currently live in Baltimore, Washington D.C., and San Francisco, with more cities coming soon. It offers over 20,000 parking spaces, with savings of up to 70%.

Rent Out Your Parking Spot When You’re Not Using It

The free app also supports a parking finder function in 23 cities, so drivers looking for a place to park can quickly and easily access a list of nearby locations, including information about their opening hours and pricing. Parking Panda also allows homeowners to list the availability of their parking spaces, set prices, and approve rental requests.

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