San Diego gets its own personal valet
Driving to the Padres game and don’t want to sweat parking? How about Little Italy for dinner or North Park for a show at the Observatory? No problem.
Enter ZIRX, an on-demand valet parking app launched in San Diego Monday.
Started less than a year ago in Silicon Valley, ZIRX is already used by thousands of drivers every day to save time and money in congested cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
Utilizing the ZIRX mobile app, drivers indicate their location and within minutes will have a professionally trained (and insured) agent on-hand to valet park any car in a secure garage.
“As one of the fastest growing cities in the country, parking and taking care of a car in San Diego can be expensive, time consuming and frustrating,” said Sean Behr, founder and CEO, ZIRX. “We’re excited to launch our service in San Diego--letting drivers spend more time enjoying the city, and less time dealing with their car.”
Costing $15 per park, ZIRX is already coming in cheaper than the $20 to $30 needed to self park a vehicle downtown for a Padres game.
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