Friday, May 24, 2024

Esbjerg drops a special hunt for motorists in the city

It will now be a little easier to be a driver in Esbjerg. At least when there is a parking space to be found. On April 8, a new rule comes into force.

Until now, it has been the case that motorists in Esbjerg have had to hold their tongues, not to find a parking space, nor to park, but to ensure that parking is legal.

In the public car parks in Esbjerg, motorists must first note the correct time on the parking disc, factor in two hours of free parking, and then otherwise pay for the rest via an app or at a payment machine.

But that hell stops now. Esbjerg Municipality writes this in a press release .

Or that is to say, almost. Because the two-hour rule still applies. The same are the conditions for paid parking.

READ ALSO: First Danish city to introduce road tax for cars

Now, however, the entire parking lot only needs to be registered once, either in an app or at a payment machine, so the system itself keeps track of how long the car is stationary.

From the chairman of the Planning & Urban Development Committee, Henning Ravn (V), it is said that they are now waving goodbye to a parking solution which has caused confusion among motorists.

– It will be more intuitive for many, because you know the rules from other places. The two free hours will not disappear, he says.

– And at the same time, with this unloading, we are opening up to extend the free parking period in the car park on Danmarksgade. From now on, you can park for four hours, because you have to pay.

However, not all places in Esbjerg throw away the old waste. This applies, for example, to Torvegade, where it is not possible to purchase extra parking time. According to the municipality, however, the exception will be apparent from the signage on site.

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