Hate Your Parking Garage? You’ll love this NYC Startup [Sponsor]

Posted on: June 26th, 2018 at 9:45 am by

The only thing worse than driving in NYC? You guessed it: parking.

Whether you’re trying to find street parking or searching for a parking garage that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, it’s a process that sucks away your money, sanity, and most of all, time.

Enter DropCar!  Based on the premise that parking your car in NYC should be fast, pain-free, cost-effective, and 100% secure, DropCar is the service that makes parking your car as easy as opening your phone and pressing a button. Here’s how it works:

For $379 a month, DropCar stores your car when you don’t need it and drives it back to you when you do.

And with a 100% no-ticket guarantee, you can rest assured that you’ll never return to your car with one of those awful orange envelopes stuck in the windshield. DropCar offers the busy New Yorker convenience, peace of mind, and a whole lotta time that they would never have had otherwise.

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