Stop driving around in circles, these apps and websites will help you find a parking spot.
Freebook is based on Parkwhiz, enter the address where you're headed, and it gives a list of available spaces, times, and prices.
It promises savings up to 50% over the regular drive up rate.
Parker is an app to give you details on garages and street spots.
Set a GPS marker when you find a space, and the timer will help you remember when it's time to move.
If you have a favorite garage, Google Maps on Android tells you how full it is in some major US cities.
Just enter the name and tap the driving icon.
Then based on historical data, this icon will tell you how hard it is to find a space.
Parking Panda can help you land a spot at the airport and regular garages.
In some locations, barriers are equipped with a scanner so you can use the app's panda scan feature to enter.
Once you prepay for a space, there's no need for a ticket, just.
Type in and out with a QR code on your phone.
In San Francisco, I'm Lexy Savvides cnet.com for CBS News.
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