How To Problem-Solve Unpaid Parking Citations
Welcome back to problem-solving parking operation headaches with ParqEx! Today, the scenario we are focusing on is problem-solving unpaid parking citations and violations. We have all seen those cars decorated from rear to front end with various citations and violations. This begs the question, do these people get away with not paying these fines? And how long has this vehicle been sitting there collecting new tickets? Property management and owners: if your parking facility struggles with unpaid parking citations, have cars that have been collecting tickets for what seems to be years, and needs a more efficient ticketing and citation issuing system, this how-to problem-solve unpaid parking citations blog is the ideal read for you!
Why Issue Citations?
Property management and parking enforcement officers issue citations when a vehicle on their property violates a parking facility rule. The primary objective of issuing citations is to make an example of the car’s owner. If rules and regulations are not followed, there are consequences. An additional benefit of issuing citations for management is it serves as a significant revenue source.
Because citations are issued to ensure parking rules are followed, and parking violations serve as a revenue stream for property owners, unpaid parking citations are not only a nuisance but also a loss of revenue and a security threat. Property management must have vehicles respect rules that are in place for the safety and security of others.
ParqEx specializes in problem-solving all types of parking operation-related difficulties. Tightening up the enforcement of a property and ensuring payment on parking citations and violations is one of our strong suits! So much so that we continue building features within our platform that further facilitate property management and enforcement in issuing citations and immediately receiving payment.
- Enforcer App: The ParqEx Enforcer app is built to quickly and efficiently verify vehicles on all properties and be able to issue citations directly within the app. With the new revenue collections module integrated into the Enforcer app, ParqEx has automated the fee collection process, reducing time spent on enforcement. With all fines and violations issued directly through the app, it makes the collection process very straightforward and is the perfect problem-solving unpaid parking citation solution.
Types of Violations/Fines/Citations Issued via ParqEx
ParqEx’s platform is highly customizable, which does not stop short of fines, citations, and violations. So, it is up to property owners and management to decide which penalties should be enforced on their property. Some examples of fees, fines, citations, and violations include no parking zone fines, handicapped parking violations, double parking, permit parking fees, monthly parking fees, towing fees, booting fees, late payment penalties, etc. (Find a longer list of examples here.) If your property has various rules and regulations you did not see in these examples, we can add them to the list instantly, making the enforcement of your property seamless.
If vehicle owners are breaking the rules, instead of printing out a parking ticket to put on their dashboard (something the driver may disregard or throw out), issue them a citation with ParqEx’s Enforcer app. Rest assured, you will receive payment! Moreover, if you are one of the unlucky property owners with vehicles that have been sitting for months in a parking spot, not paying for parking, or the various citations they have accumulated, tow that vehicle off the property! With payment done within the app, you can be confident that your business will not be eating the cost of the tow.
Don’t hesitate to contact our team if your property is the perfect candidate for how to problem-solve unpaid parking citations with ParqEx. We can answer your questions and demonstrate how our property technology, coupled with our enforcement app, will not only guarantee that unpaid parking citations will be a thing of the past but also heighten the security of your property, increase your revenue, and save your enforcement team valuable time during operating hours.