Parking fees can be high, and you can have a difficult time getting your car there without a full-time employee, according to a new study.
It’s one of several studies that indicate that car-rental firms are putting more pressure on drivers to park their cars.
The study was done by the Center for Automotive Research at the University of California, Davis.
The Center says it’s one part of a wider trend of people spending more time at their cars than they used to.
But car-shopper and rental car services say that they’re paying to park and that they can’t afford to take a cut.
“We’re just trying to help them pay for it,” said Tom Poulsen, president and CEO of CarRent, which provides car-pooling and rental service.
“They’re driving to work, they’re driving home, and then they have to pay to park.
It just seems like a really big cost to me.”
Parking fees are not unique to car rental services.
They can be charged to most car owners who lease a car for 30 days or more, according a report by the California Public Utilities Commission.
Those who lease cars for more than 90 days have to be charged a fee.
That’s why you might find a parking spot on a street corner.
But that fee isn’t tied to a specific price.
It can vary widely by car.
If you park in the median, you may pay a $1 fee.
But if you park on a side street, you can charge $2 a spot, and so on.
Parking fees don’t apply to a car rental company, so you don’t need to do the math yourself.
“The fees are usually calculated on a per-day basis,” said Scott Waddell, a spokesman for rental-car company AutoPool.
“It’s not based on the average cost of a month’s car-share service.”
The study showed that most car-sharing firms were paying parking fees based on how much time they could spare.
And those fees can range widely.
In San Francisco, where the study was conducted, the median for a spot is $2.25 a day.
But in Portland, Ore., the median is $1.75 a day and $3.75 if you’ve got an unlimited or a full rental-vehicle subscription.
The average fee for a full service in Portland is $5.80 a day, while in San Francisco it’s $2, or $5 a day if you have an unlimited plan.
Parking rates vary by company, too.
Some car-hire services charge a flat rate for every hour you’re not parked.
Other companies offer rates for every minute you’re parked, and some charge a maximum for every spot you have.
That may be the best way to get by.
The most common rental-home parking fee is $6.50 a day in Portland and $7 a day across the Bay Area, according the study.
That fee varies based on a company’s terms of service.
If your car’s on your property, that company will ask you to pay the full rate.
If the company offers a free option, you’ll have to negotiate a price for that spot with the company.
Poulen said that if you want to get a spot you can always rent one, but the company may charge you more if you’re a senior, disabled, or someone who can’t pay full rent.
“Most of us just can’t make the amount of time we need,” he said.
Poulsen said some car-owners don’t like having to pay a fee for parking.
“You might not like the thought of paying $10 a day,” he added.
But the researchers found that car rental companies often offer discounts to drivers who pay a lower rate.
“I would guess that about 95% of drivers who are paying the lowest rate would say, ‘Well, we can just pay that,”‘ said Waddill.
“But maybe they’re afraid that they will be in a jam.”
Car rental companies that charge a parking fee are also paying out of pocket for their own drivers, according on the study, which was done before the new law in California.
In fact, the study found that some car rental firms were using car-owner money to pay drivers, such as a fee to park in San Jose or a $2 fee for the parking spot at the end of the day.
It also found that rental-hailing services like Uber and Lyft use car-hail drivers’ tips to offset parking fees.
That can be a problem if the company doesn’t charge a full parking fee.
In the Bay area, there are many car-use options that can be rented for a lower price.
Some offer unlimited and/or one-way trips.
Some provide free car-surfing or car-winging services.
And some offer a car-parking app that lets you rent your own spot for as little as $5 per day. Those