Parking Meter Becoming a Trend in Small Town Communities
As time goes on, more and more small towns and cities are incorporating parking meters on their streets. Small cities like Medford have begun situating meters in residential areas. With hourly meter costs on the rise and certain restriction with keeping your vehicle in one space for a long period time it is getting harder to park your vehicle wherever you so choose. There are many bans that restrict drivers to park in the same space for over two hours. Thus, making it impossible to leave your vehicle at a meter and go about your day. Whether you are parking your vehicle at a meter to go home or to go to work, you’re going to have to move your car eventually. How can you relax from a long day at work knowing you have to move your car, or take a chance and hope the meter maid doesn’t notice your vehicle has been sitting in the same spot for hours? You can’t! Take the stress out of your life and rent an off street parking space that is yours 24 hours a day and 7 days a week without any restrictions.
Let’s do the math, say it costs $1.00 per hour and at a minimum, and you park at a meter for 2 hours, before you have to find another meter on the other side of the street. If you are working in the area for eight hours, or live in the area, but take the public transportation to work and leave your car at home at a meter, that’s a minimum of $8.00 per day. Not to mention the aggravation of finding a new spot every two hours. This becomes a grand total of $160 per month, working five days per week at eight hours a day. Why go through all of the aggravation? Renting a space in many smaller cities and towns begin at just $100 per month. Imagine saving $60 or more per month. Also, you wouldn’t have to worry about moving your, going outside to feed the meter and in some cases if you get a garage space you wouldn’t have to worry about snow removal. That’s an amazing deal.
Small cities and towns are trying incorporate big city ideas into suburbia. Many people tend to live and work in smaller cities and towns to get away from the fast life and hustle and bustle of the city. Though those living in suburbia would enjoy to continue the slower pace of life with having tree lined streets decorating their towns, it seems meters and parking signs are bombarding the suburbs with a vengeance. This being the case, the best thing to do is to rent an off street parking space. Go to bostonparkingspaces.com and view up to date listings in your area. At bostonparkingspaces.com you can find parking spaces to rent or sell. Visit the website today and have a space by tonight!