Mini Poll Results

Park for Free or ParkLouie?

Do you follow the "rules of the road" when you are in a parking lot?
  • 0%
    Yes. I use my blinkers, yield to pedestrians, and stop at all crosswalks
  • 100%
    Usually. Smart driving doesn't end on the road -- unless I'm engaged in a contest with a minivan for a prime parking spot
  • 0%
    Sometimes. Unless I see a police officer, I do what I want
  • 0%
    Nope! It's a parking lot, not the road
Have you ever "lost" your car for more than 30 minutes in a parking lot?
  • 0%
    Yes
  • 100%
    Yes, more than I'd like to admit
  • 0%
    No. I know where my car is at all times
Did you "hang out" in a parking lot when you were young?
  • 100%
    Yes
  • 0%
    No
  • 0%
    That was a thing?
Would you prefer to park in an off-street lot, in a garage, or on the street?
  • 0%
    In a lot
  • 100%
    In a garage
  • 0%
    On the street
  • 0%
    Wherever I can find free parking
  • 0%
    No parking for me
Regarding the price of on-street metered parking in the City of St. Louis:
  • 0%
    Just about right
  • 0%
    Too expensive
  • 100%
    Too cheap
When parking in a metered spot in the City of St. Louis, which mode of currency do you prefer?
  • 0%
    Coins
  • 0%
    Credit/Debit card
  • 100%
    ParkLouie app
  • 0%
    I will never pay to park
Do you have the ParkLouie app on your smartphone?
  • 0%
    Yes
  • 100%
    No
  • 0%
    No smartphone
Is there enough parking available in your neighborhood?
  • 100%
    Yes
  • 0%
    Yes, too much
  • 0%
    No
Where do you park your car when you are home?
  • 100%
    In my own garage
  • 0%
    In a shared garage
  • 0%
    In a private driveway
  • 0%
    In a private lot
  • 0%
    On a public street in front of my house
  • 0%
    Somewhere else
  • 0%
    I don't have a car to park
How many tries does it usually take you to get into a parallel parking spot?
  • 100%
    One and done!
  • 0%
    A couple
  • 0%
    Three's a charm
  • 0%
    Three point turn? More like 100 point turn
  • 0%
    Skip it and keep driving