The High Cost of Free Parking for Dummies

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The High Cost of Free Parking for Dummies

I consider myself an avid reader with typically reading between 80 to 100 books a year. I also consider myself an avid parking professional, so having read all the hype about The High Cost of Free Parking and the Shoupistas around the planet, I decided to purchase the book and give it a read. After receiving the book in the mail, I realized why shipping was rather steep – the book is as big as a phone book consisting of over 700 pages.

Even with my reading prowess, I was rather intimidated by its sheer volume. Now don’t get me wrong, what I have read thus far has been highly beneficial and interesting, but I don’t see myself finishing anytime soon. I want to petition a High Cost of Free Parking for Dummies or The Complete Idiot’s Guide to The High Cost of Free Parking for parking professionals that do not have the time , capability or energy to read the book in its entirety, because as discussed in previous posts, it is a must read for parking professionals.

– Isaiah Mouw

Isaiah has volunteered to assist me in my blogging efforts and he is most welcome. You will see him here from time to time in addition to his writing in PT.  JVH

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  1. I love it. It could then be easily and cheaply distributed to every community leader in town.

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