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Locked out of the parking lot at Newark – can I get a refund?

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.

Sharing companies take over a share of the travel industry

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.

Here’s why you should always take a picture of your car after you get a parking ticket

I don’t know what to do about Clare Goyette’s case with the Philadelphia Parking Authority. I’m about to move her […]

Can this trip be saved? A full parking lot and a partial refund

Gene Fayvusovich has a little parking problem, and he wants to know if he got ripped off.

Case dismissed: They towed my car and now they’re threatening me

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.

Ridiculous or not? Airport parking fees start to multiply

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.

No place to park — or sleep

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?
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