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Need to park? Just click your mouse

 

Last updated at 22:52pm on 23.09.06

 

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Drivers desperate for a parking space can now find the answer to their prayers - on the internet.

A new website allows them to rent vacant garages and empty driveways from homeowners without cars at the click of a mouse.

Letmepark.com, which was launched six weeks ago, now receives 10,000 hits a day.

It was created by Jamie Waller, 27, who recognised the dire need for parking for people who commute by car into a city.

Mr Waller, who has homes in London and Oxfordshire, said his work as a bailiff had alerted him to the problems people faced in trying to park legitimately, particularly in areas near shopping centres and stations.

He said: "In some places it's just impossible. Lots of people who live in a city do not have a car and don't use their parking space - so this is a great way for them to make some money out of it.

"It is down to individuals how they use the service. Some people who live in one part of London and work in another have arranged a simple swap.

"And most people giving up their driveway are happier dealing with just one person rather than a different person every day."

The service is also designed for big events, such as rugby or football matches, pop concerts or race meetings. People who live near major sporting or entertainment venues are being urged to use the website.

People can advertise their driveway or garage on the site and are e-mailed when the space is selected by a prospective user. They then contact each other and agree a price. There is no charge for the service, but Mr Waller hopes to make money by selling advertising on the site.

 

The website is now owned by a chinese company.


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