Parking in NYC can really be a big pain in the neck. I mean, other than the fact that I have a known parking gods gift whereby I have a great record of finding some good parking spots…it’s generally a really crazy task. The parking regulations are nuts, signs almost unreadable, and the parking garages are always busy. There’s just so much going on in NYC, and so many people doing it, that it’s really a challenge. Especially when I have kids in tow, I just can’t be bothered with the LI Rail Road.
Thankfully, I think I have come upon THE solution to this age-old problem (it is so age old). ParkWhiz is the number one place to find and book a guaranteed parking space before you reach your destination. In addition, ParkWhiz creates software to help parking owners manage and market their parking.
ParkWhiz.com presents a fast, efficient way for drivers to find available parking on their computer or mobile phone before they reach their destination. Parking search results reflect real-time parking availability at over 1,500 ParkWhiz partner locations, enabling drivers to make a booking and know for sure that a guaranteed parking spot will be waiting for them when they arrive. ParkWhiz carefully vets each parking location and provides detailed descriptions and customer reviews to ensure there are no surprises.
This is how it works…easy peasy…
- Just tell them where you want to go and they’ll show you the closest spots and available rates for your date and time
- Book your spot online or with their free App and have no worries – you can cancel up to the reservation time
- Drive to the garage and your spot will be waiting for you – just show your ParkWhiz pass
- Blissfully non-stressful moment ensues
- All is well with the world
Here’s a little bit about ParkWhiz:
To find out more information and to give it a shot, check out:
Let me know if you try it out and how you like it. I think if just very well might change your entire life and the life of everyone you know. At least it’ll make getting a spot easier.
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