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Technology: Issue 212 19 Aug 2009

Waves of the future

Cashless payment systems, in all their forms, have a place in parking, says Peter Alcock of CreditCall

Cashless payment using debit and credit cards has clear advantages for drivers, who do not have to worry about having the right coins, buying vouchers or a site-specific card, said Peter Alcock, marketing director of CreditCall, a specialist in parking payment services. Besides making life simpler for drivers, a move towards card payment has attractions for parking operators.

“The cost of offering cashless payment can be less than running coin payment — once collection, counting...

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