Offer wide parking spaces
Keep it safe
Let’s be real here, everyone dreams of racing around an empty car park. Don’t lie and say you haven’t, because you have! We’ve all watched Tokyo Drift, and we all want to watch some street racers fly around a deserted car park. So, you might be tempted to set something up in your car park when business hours are over. However, the reality is, we can’t do this. As fun as it sounds, it’s illegal, as well as dangerous. Instead, you have to do the boring thing and make your car park safe. Set low-speed limits and get speed bumps to prevent people going too fast. This ensures everyone drives at a safe speed, and there are no crashes that damage your property. Boring? Yes. Good for business? Also yes, so, go out and do it.
Show how many spaces are free
These days, most car parks are good as they show how many spaces they have free. This is a great change from the days of helplessly driving through car parks looking for space. If there aren’t any free, you know beforehand, and can move on. So, your car park should keep up with this current trend. You can get infrared sensors that you can be placed on every parking space. These sensors can tell you information on all the spaces. You’ll know when a car is there or not. So, you can display the number of free parking spaces on a digital sign outside your car park. It lets people know, and no one will waste time driving around trying to find a space.
Setting up your own car park is a fun idea for petrol heads to make money. Keep these tips in mind, and you’ll soon have enough for that dream supercar!
** This is a colaborative post