Park Lock gives customers a way to take back their parking space

By: Parklock  24-Apr-2014
Keywords: Park Barrier

People, who live in cities, know that parking spaces are like gold dust. Even if residents are given a parking space as part of the rental agreement, this does not stop people from using their spaces. Residents who work all day come home to find someone else parked in their space. Even, if they leave a note asking them not to park there or there are resident only parking signs, they often come home to find people in their space. This is not pleasant for workers, when they are tired and irritable, they don’t want to get home and then have to look for somewhere else to park. Fortunately for them, Park Lock have came to their rescue with their new Park Lock system. This is a portable lock, and residents have control over the lock with their remote control. With a letter of approval from their landlord, or the local council, residents are now buying the locks and taking their parking spaces back. Everyone has a right to protect what they own, and why should a parking space be any different. The Park Lock system is available through their website and the do provide customers with affordable shipping methods. Customers that already have their locks, feel as if the company has given them their life back. They don’t have to drive home from work feeling stressed because they know someone will be in their space and they will have to search for another one. Now, they drive home, knowing that they can park and be inside their house in a matter of minutes. A company spokesperson added, “We are glad that we are able to help residents with our park lock. It must be terrible for our customers to know that they won’t have access to their space when they get home from a hard days work. Our locks change all that and the customers feel like they have more control over land that is essentially, theirs.” Park Lock is experiencing a busy period at the moment. They feel that this is due to the increased media coverage and people seeing their locks in action

Keywords: Park Barrier