So, you have parking resources to manage. You have a parking lot, or more than one parking lot, or you have more than one parking location. Or maybe you’re the head of a homeowners’ association and you want to manage your street parking in a way that makes everyone happy (or at least satisfied).
Either way, you have parking resources. And unless you’re already controlling that space, you probably have a parking problem. People park in your stalls who shouldn’t; people stay longer in your parking spots than they’re supposed to. You need a way to control who parks and who doesn’t… and, potentially, who gets a violation notice and a fine for parking where they aren’t supposed to park.
Hopefully, if you’re reading this, you’re starting the process of figuring out how to control your parking resources. Before you purchase a parking enforcement system, though, you should make sure you know exactly what you need. Here are three things to keep in mind.