These guys with the flashlights at night on Post Street (and other places about town) provide the questionable “service” of pointing out where empty parking spaces are. They’ll guide you in and then expect compensation of an undefined amount.
This casual parking program is certainly cheaper than SFPark, cause, you know, that’s going to add up when we start paying back the Feds the eight figures they’re fronting for all those sensors on the ground.
However, the flashlight people are even more patronizing than the people that made the SFPark marketing materials, because they don’t do anything. I mean, if you’re looking for parking, how could you miss these spaces plain as day?
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