If there’s one thing we love more than parking, it’s weird and wonderful facts about driving.
When it comes to jokes, the worse the better. And frankly, there’s no topic with such an abundance of low-hanging fruits as parking. We’ve curated a selection of the most forehead-slappingly awful jokes about parking ever written. Ever. We await our court summons for crimes against hilarity with bated breath.
There are some things in this life that can only be explained through the medium of owls. Getting back to your car to find a parking ticket is one such thing. For those scenarios where you don’t pre-book a space with JustPark (d’oh) and put yourself at the mercy of traffic wardens far and wide, take solace in our feathered friends, who say it so much better than we ever could.
You could be forgiven for thinking that road signs are meant to be helpful. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. It’s number four in the list of life’s greatest disappointments – right under Father Christmas, the Tooth Fairy, and that furry weirdo with the chocolate eggs.
A year ago this week, we said a fond farewell to ParkatmyHouse and became JustPark. We did this to broaden our offering and reinforce a brand that’s about making parking as simple as it should be. In true birthday style, we ate a silly amount of cake, sang happy birthday (to ourselves – bit weird) and reminisced.
Dear Android fans,
This is it. The robot uprising you’ve been waiting for.
In less than a week’s time, all eyes will be trained on a small corner of south west London as the world’s top tennis stars take to the courts to compete at Wimbledon. Pimm’s and prosecco, strawberries and cream, Cliff Richard and rain delays – the Championships are an institution, and so fabulously English that they should have a voiceover by Stephen Fry.
In anticipation of the feast of tennis to come, we’ve put together some ace (ha ha) advice on how to make the most of your Wimbledon experience.
When we completed our crowdfunding round in March earlier this year, we added a-whole-nother dimension to the JustPark tribe: our new investors. Thousands of them. We had a hunch that this was going to be interesting, and we were right. It’s been a delight getting to know the people behind the share certificates.
Meet Ivan, a regular in the JustPark community inbox. (We can’t tell you his last name, but rest assured he’s almost definitely either Batman or The Stig.) Here’s what happened when we probed him about all things parking and beyond.
Here at JustPark, we work with a growing number of charities and not-for-profit organisations by providing a way for them to make money from their underused parking spaces, raising funds that go towards supporting their valuable work in the community.
Sam Mellor headed out to meet one of our newest partners – Variety, the Children’s Charity, who rent out four parking spaces at their offices in Camden – to find out more about some of the awesome projects that they fund.