Streets across Australia are turning into dumping grounds for unused vehicles, causing headaches for residents and local councils alike.

In the last 12 months, Snap Send Solve received more than 137,000 Snaps of illegally parked vehicles.

In a recent interview with The Today Show, our CEO, Danny Gorog, discussed this growing problem and shared insights into how Snap Send Solve is helping to address it. He was joined by St Kilda East resident, Justin, who is actively pushing for changes to parking statutes in his area.

The increasing number of illegally parked vehicles is not just an inconvenience; it poses significant challenges to the safety and accessibility of our shared spaces. Abandoned vehicles can block driveways, impede emergency services, and create hazards for pedestrians and cyclists.

But why is illegal parking on the rise?

Several factors contribute to this trend, including urbanisation, inadequate parking infrastructure, and sometimes, a lack of awareness about parking regulations.

By Snapping illegal parking, you can help councils identify problem areas and implement targeted solutions, such as adjusting patrol schedules, increasing signage, or even redesigning parking layouts.

Watch the full segment below to find out more.

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