The name parkopedia is a combination of the words parking and encyclopedia (think Wikipedia... but for parking spaces!)
Parkopedia combines the two concepts in order to allow people to find the cheapest and most convenient parking available, no matter where they are or where they are going.
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|Aug 13, 2016||This is Money - Travel trouble? Here are the apps that can ease the hassle - and save money at the same time|
|Jul 27, 2016||SF Gate Tech - Soon Apple Maps will help you find a parking space|
|Feb 26, 2016||PC Magazine - Ditch the Wallet and Pay With Your Car|
|Jan 20, 2016||PRNewswire UK All - SBD Calls INRIX Off-Street Parking the 'Clear Winner' in U.S. and Europe|
|Jan 18, 2016||Silicon Angle - What you missed in the Smart World: Self-driving cars just took over 2016|
|Jan 15, 2016||PC Magazine - Sorry, CES Can't Replace Traditional Auto Shows Just Yet|
|Jan 12, 2016||Extreme Tech - FordPass app improves the owner experience — but ownership is not required|
|Jan 12, 2016||Silicon Angle - FordPass launches at Detroit auto show, helps you find parking, book maintenance, receive rewards, more|
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