qThe Feder Guide to Where to Park Your Car in Manhattan (and Where Not to Park It!!)q has been designed to make it easier for readers to park their vehicles in Manhattan (NY). This first edition covers Downtown Manhattan - 30th Street down to Battery Park. A Midtown/Uptown edition will follow in the next six months.The book has 3 main parts to it: a helpful hints section, listings of the street parking regulations and listings of parking garages/lots. The book will also have maps of the sections of Manhattan that are covered.The helpful hints section is pretty much what it sounds like ? what to do if you get a ticket, if you?re towed, what to watch out for, etc. The listings of the street parking regulations does just that - lists the complete street parking regulations for every street in the book. When a particular street is generally a great place to park, a smiley face has been placed next to the listing to indicate to readers that they are usually safe to park there. If a particular street is a terrible place to park, a frowney face has been placed there to alert the readers to avoid that street.The parking garage section will list the locations, hours, contact info, rates, etc., for participating garages in Manhattan. All the big firms who run parking facilities in Manhattan have agreed to participate and some of the smaller firms are also participating. We've done our research on this topic. For instance, in the year in 2000, an average of 22, 000 parking tickets a day were written in NYC, of which Manhattan was by far the largest contributor. As noted on the back cover of the book: if by using our guide a reader saves themselves from getting just one parking ticket, our book will pay for itself up to 7 times over. It pays for itself 14 times over if they save themselves from being towed. We have a marketing plan in place with a focus on prepublication promotion, extensive ARC distribution for obtaining reviews, online promotion, publicity to include TV and radio satellite interviews, scheduling speaking engagements and targeting places that car enthusiasts shop including auto parts stores, AAA, rental car outlets as well as trucking and moving companies.The FEDER Guide to Where to Park Your Car in MANHATTAN (and Where Not to Park It!) has been compiled in order to provide the reader with as much information pertaining to parking in Manhattan as possible. There are three main anbsp;...
|Title||:||The FEDER Guide to Where to Park Your Car in Manhattan (and where Not to Park It!)|
|Publisher||:||Rhythmo Productions - 2005-01-01|