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Paperless Parking System – Absolutely No Decals Needed

August 7, 2019 By 0 Comments

After a long search, your new resident has finally found the perfect place to live.  Then the joy of moving quickly comes to an end when they realize that they have to fill out physical paperwork for a residential parking permit.  Filling out physical forms is tedious work, and truth be told, outdated.  Not only is it a hassle for residents, but it is also a hassle for property managers and associations too, as you have to find space to physically store the paperwork.    Plus, physical paperwork can be easily misplaced, lost, or destroyed.

The hassle of dealing with physical paperwork does not end when the paperwork is completed and sorted.  It continues when residents are given a physical resident parking permit or decal to place on or in their vehicles.  This can be a little annoying, as stickers can easily come off or get damaged.  Parking permits can also be distributed as a hangtag, which residents have to remember to hang when they park. Parking permit hangtags can easily fall down, causing a vehicle to be towed.  To be honest, no one wants to deal with that.

Easy Residential Parking Permit Registration

Here is where ParkingPass.com’s paperless options can ease the process of dealing with residential parking permits.  Registration is handled completely online.  There is no physical paperwork involved, so residents can do it from the comfort of their own home, at their leisure.  All they need is the specific location passcode for your residential community so that they can easily submit their vehicle application online. Our online parking permits process allows residents to submit their driver’s license, vehicle registrations, and proof of insurance for each vehicle application they submit.

Our paperless parking registration is easy-to-use and helps property managers and associations keep all resident lease details, vehicle information, and corresponding paperwork of approved residents organized in one place with our secured data storage in the cloud to prevent data loss.  At ParkingPass.com we follow the best practices in regards to data security so that you can rest assured that your residents’ information is secure.

How Paperless Residential Parking Permits Work

We bet that you are curious as to how we can offer residential parking permits with no physical decals or permits.  Well, we are able to do so because all of our parking permits go by the license plate number of each vehicle.  It is as simple as that. That is why there is no need for residents to manually affix a sticker on their car or use a hanging parking permit.  We license the usage of our LPR camera technology to enforcement agencies to make parking management easy to deal with.

Our LPR or License Plate Reader cameras can be easily mounted to your property’s patrol vehicles to ensure that every resident vehicle parked on-premises is scanned during every single patrol.  Automated license plate recognition (ALPR) helps your security team enforce parking rules and regulations, and ensure that residents are parked in their designated area or parking spaces.  Additionally, LPR camera technology eliminates any manual input from your security team creating an efficient and accurate patrol system.

Facilitate Parking Management Today

If you are tired of dealing with physical paperwork and issues with residential parking permits, ParkingPass.com is here to help ease that process. In addition to our residential parking permit options, which include our LPR camera technology, we offer an array of parking management solutions that can assist with guest parking permits, an online payment portal, and more. For more information on how we can facilitate parking management at your property contact us today.



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