Free Parking

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The lesson to our urban planners and politicians is obvious: figure out where supply equals demand, and charge the appropriate price for the privilege to park a car on public streets. People will pay it.
In today's travel environment of surcharges and extra fees, it may seem hard to believe that there are actually still freebies out there for the taking. The key is in knowing what to look for and where.
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With all the talk about belt-tightening, Measure 2P in Beverly Hills aims to expand government-subsidized free parking. Seriously.
But since the city privatized its parking meters last year, more churchgoers have encountered unanswered prayers for parking
While cars can give us a great feeling of freedom when we are on the open road, they are also a yoke around our neck as they stand idle and cost money for a great deal of the day.
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