Cashless economies and the effect on parking

Posted by Paul Fazzino, CTO on 14 August 2019 11:44:47 BST

Paul Fazzino_cropped-1It is predicted that Sweden will become the world’s first cashless society, and half of Swedish retailers are expected to stop accepting cash by 2025. UK Finance recently reported that almost seven out of ten people in the UK are using contactless payments, although debit cards remain the most frequent method of payment, making up 38% of all UK transactions in 2018. Almost half the world’s digital payments in 2017 were made in China, where consumers can pay for a wide variety of purchases through their smartphones using apps or QR codes.

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Topics: Parking, Cost, Parkopedia Research, Cashless, Payment

Autofahrer wollen integriertes, personalisiertes Parken

Posted by Parkopedia News on 05 June 2019 14:13:56 BST

Umfrage von Parkopedia

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Topics: Parking, Autonomous Vehicles, Self Parking, Valet Parking, Connected Vehicles, Parkopedia Research, USA, Germany, UK

What motorists want: Integrated, personalised parking

Posted by Parkopedia News on 05 June 2019 09:58:28 BST
Insights from Parkopedia's 2019 Driver Survey
  • Motorists are optimising their parking decisions based on cost and distance, and even high earners are looking out for discounts
  • More than half of people surveyed want their car navigation system to guide them to parking locations or make personalised parking recommendations
  • Motorists in the UK more likely to plan where they will park at least 24 hours in advance
  • Motorists in Germany still prefer to pay for parking with cash rather than card
  • Men are 52% more likely than women to want their car to park itself

5 June 2019, London - Wiesbaden - Detroit

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Topics: Parking, Autonomous Vehicles, Self Parking, Valet Parking, Connected Vehicles, Parkopedia Research, USA, Germany, UK