Pavemint Says Your Parking Space is Waiting for You

Pavemint Wants To Help Ensure You Nev­er Search For Park­ing Again

Here us How a New App Called Pavemint is Solv­ing the Park­ing Prob­lem in Los Ange­les While Help­ing Busi­ness­es and Res­i­dents Earn Extra Mon­ey Along the Way

Pavemint is a park­ing app that con­nects peo­ple look­ing for park­ing with peo­ple who have park­ing to share.

HOLLYWOOD, Octo­ber 2017- Imag­ine nev­er hav­ing to hunt for park­ing in LA. If you’ve spent any time behind the wheel in this city it can be hard to pic­ture, but a new peer-to-peer park­ing app called Pavem­intis mak­ing that vision pos­si­ble, all while also help­ing to tack­le LA’s traf­fic and pol­lu­tion prob­lems.

The real prob­lem with park­ing in LA is that a major­i­ty of the city’s 18.6-million park­ing spots are on pri­vate­ly owned, res­i­den­tial or com­mer­cial prop­er­ties where they are unavail­able for gen­er­al pub­lic use. Your home dri­ve­way while you are away at work and the park­ing lot at the dry clean­ers that sits emp­ty after busi­ness hours are just a few prime exam­ples of idle inven­to­ry wait­ing to be unlocked and monetized—that’s where Pavemint comes in.

The company’s release con­sists of a peer-to-peer web and mobile-based plat­form upon which res­i­dents or busi­ness own­ers (“Hosts”) can list their spare park­ing space(s) to be rent­ed by oth­er users in need of a place to park their car (“Guests”). Hosts can down­load the free park­ing app or log into the web dash­board and list their space(s) in min­utes, with full con­trol over avail­abil­i­ty, rates and a num­ber of oth­er cus­tomiz­able para­me­ters. Guests can find and reserve park­ing as far as 12 months in advance or search for near­by park­ing on demand. The app makes it easy to com­pare real-time prices, read reviews and get walk times to the Guest’s final des­ti­na­tion so they can find the per­fect spot, all while help­ing gen­er­ate Hosts sub­stan­tial rev­enue. Depend­ing on loca­tion and avail­able hours, Pavemint projects that a sin­gle space can gen­er­ate any­where from $200 — $900 per month.

While not the first park­ing app to hit the mar­ket, Pavemint already has the largest peer-to-peer park­ing net­work in the U.S., with the major­i­ty of those spaces in “prime areas” of LA, where park­ing has been dis­cov­ered to be most prob­lem­at­ic. Cur­rent­ly, they have over 4,000 spaces on the app, avail­able in areas such as West Hol­ly­wood, Mel­rose, Hol­ly­wood, Los Feliz, Sil­ver Lake, Echo Park, Mid-City, Atwa­ter Vil­lage, Pasade­na, Expo­si­tion Park, Ingle­wood, Venice, LAX, Her­mosa Beach, Car­son and San­ta Mon­i­ca.

In a recent state­ment, Pavemint CEO, Ran­dall Jamail, had this to say about the app:

“Pavemint gives its users the oppor­tu­ni­ty to make a sig­nif­i­cant and pos­i­tive effect on the envi­ron­ment while mak­ing their lives eas­i­er.”

Pavemint’s iOS app is cur­rent­ly avail­able in the App Store for both sides of the mar­ket­place and as a web appli­ca­tion for Hosts at An Android appli­ca­tion will also be avail­able in the near-term. How­ev­er, those who use Android devices can list their spaces and start mak­ing mon­ey right away through the web­site.

What You Need to know about Pavemint:
Pavemint, LLC is incor­po­rat­ed in Hous­ton, Texas, with head­quar­ters in Hol­ly­wood, Cal­i­for­nia. Founder and CEO Ran­dall Jamail pre­vi­ous­ly found­ed Jus­tice Record Co. and Jus­tice Music Pub­lish­ing.

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