No one ever complains about airport parking lots because these businesses typically say what they do and do what they say. In other words, it's a place to park.
Instead of paying $18 a day to park at San Francisco International Airport last month, Daniel Denegre tried something new. He handed the keys to his Hyundai Accent to a start-up company called FlightCar, which offered “free” parking at an off-airport lot in Burlingame, Calif., and an opportunity to earn up to $20 a day by renting his vehicle to someone else.
I don’t know what to do about Clare Goyette’s case with the Philadelphia Parking Authority. I’m about to move her […]
Gene Fayvusovich has a little parking problem, and he wants to know if he got ripped off.
Clare Koebert was looking forward to seeing the sights in Chicago last summer. She'd rented a car with her husband and made the 12-hour drive from the Philadelphia suburbs.
Like many travelers, Hal Frost is accustomed to being hit with fees everywhere he goes, from the airport check-in counter to the hotel front desk. But long-term parking used to always be pretty straightforward: the rate he was quoted was the rate he paid.
Sandra Ferguson makes a reservation at a San Jose, Calif., hotel through ParkSleepFly.com. But when she tries to check in, the hotel has never heard of her. Does ParkSleepFly.com owe her a refund for the $180 she has to spend for long-term parking?