Post offices get the stamp to sell for parking cards

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
February 1, 2009 13:38

 
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Drivers wishing to park in Tel Aviv will be able to buy legitimate parking cards only from post offices from March 1, reports www.local.co.il. The city has decided to give post offices the sole right to sell the cards in an attempt to end the phenomenon of fake cards being sold at kiosks and stores around the city. The report said the city recently signed an agreement with postal officials for the card sales, and that no other sales point would be authorized to sell the cards. The report pointed out that drivers not wishing to buy the cards can pay for parking in the city via several mobile telephone parking services.

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