ParkatmyHouse.com, a successful British-based website designed to connect drivers with open parking spaces, announced today that it will launch the service in the United States. The site is run by Anthony Eskinazi, a 24-year old entrepreneur from London, England, whose modern innovation has changed the way people find parking.
The sophisticated design of the website instantly maps the exact location of the nearest residential parking space close to a parker's chosen destination. It's very easy to use, even by the most technophobic, a fact recognized by Yahoo! when it nominated ParkatmyHouse.com for its prestigious Innovative Find of the Year 2007 web award.
The ParkatmyHouse.com website offers the American public a great way to make their lives easier, more profitable and more efficient, while at the same time helping the environment and cutting down on inner city traffic congestion.
As part of its green initiative, ParkatmyHouse.com formed an exclusive partnership with Zipcar, the world's largest car sharing company. The partnership allows home owners to rent their unused parking spaces to Zipcar, providing the double benefit of bringing in extra income, while adding a Zipcar to the neighborhood.
"After successfully launching the website in Britain last year and helping thousands of people find that elusive parking space, I am excited to bring this much needed service to America," said Anthony. "With millions of parking tickets issued each year, the need for this service is at an all time high.
Business and homeowners all over America can now list their spare parking space on ParkatmyHouse.com and be linked to people looking for somewhere to leave their car. Whether its a space in their own garage or driveway, or a private or commercial parking lot, Parkatmyhouse.com can help generate revenue from those unused spaces.
ParkatmyHouse.com users in Britain are currently earning as much as $40 (20) per day for short term rentals around stadiums, transport stations and other busy locations and up to $10,000 (5,000) a year for longer term agreements.