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   Parking Goes Cashless    1 April, 2016

Waverley motorists will no longer have to hunt for change as RingGo cashless parking will be in all council car parks from April 4.


RingGo is a quick, easy to use mobile phone service, enabling drivers to pay for parking by credit or debit card, rather than with cash at a machine.


Users won’t have to save up change, won’t have to trek to and from the machine and won’t need to put a ticket on their dashboard, as Civil Enforcement Officers will check which vehicles have paid using an internet connected handheld device.


Anyone who has an iPhone, an Android, Blackberry 10, Windows or Firefox mobile phone can download and use the RingGo app to register and pay for parking.


Alternatively motorists can call the standard rate telephone number 01483 342266, shown on the signs at parking machines, at the time they want to park.


Councillor Deanus, Portfolio Holder for Parking, said: “This service is not only convenient but it also means people can take their time getting back to their vehicles, as they can just top up their parking using the service again.


“So if anyone wants to spend a little longer shopping in our town centres or spending a bit more time in one of Waverley’s beautiful outdoor spaces – they can without any hassle or worry about getting a parking ticket. “


Anyone can pre-register in advance either through the apps or at www.RingGo.co.uk.


First time users of the service will be asked for information about their vehicle, the five digit location code (shown on the sign on the parking machine) and card payment details. The details will then be remembered for future use.


RingGo also offers an optional text reminder, costing 10p,  to notify users 10 minutes before their parking time is due to run out.


For more information about how to pay with RingGo, visit the website www.RingGo.co.uk.





For further information contact:

Tel: 01483  523296

Web : www.waverley.gov.uk

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