ParkaPatch TM Announce Revolutionary Pay and Display Parking Solution

ParkaPatch TM announce revolutionary Pay and Display parking ticket display patch for worldwide motor industry use.
parkapatchafb1.gifParkaPatch TM finally solves the eternal problem of the clear and secure display of Pay and Display parking tickets.

This simple yet ingenious device is manufactured from a single patch of durable and reusable self-cling electrostatic material, designed to withstand the fluctuating heat and cold of vehicle windscreens. With a choice of four coloured borders, the ParkaPatch TM is highly visible to drivers and parking attendants alike. Its clear centre panel will easily hold any machine ticket clearly and securely, holding the ticket flat to the windscreen in an unmistakable display. It uses no adhesives and leaves no residue, and can be used over and over again. Place properly, it will not obscure the driver's view.

The media is full of stories of drivers caught out by poorly displayed parking tickets, whether upside down, curled up or blown out of sight, and many millions are paid out each year by frustrated motorists caught out by the perils of Pay and Display.

The ParkaPatch retails for 2.50 inlc post and packaging, with a special offer of 10 for a multi-colour set of five.

The brainchild of London-based Denise Derbyshire and Sean Corrigan, the device is a first venture into the motor industry for their joint-owned company UK Web Hunt Ltd, and they are distributing ParkaPatch TM worldwide via the website whilst also sourcing other international distribution channels.
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