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									Things to Consider When Using Airport Parking
Posted by admin On October 23, 2009 10:44 AM

Traveling often comes with stress and anxiety. Finding the right places to stay, planning tours, getting the
right deals, finding places to eat, airport parking, and packing your life into a suitcase for however long you
are away can often be a very daunting and stressful task. It is slightly ironic because oftentimes people take
vacations to relax and get away from the daily stresses in life but upon doing so are faced with a whole new
set of stressful situations. Usually, when it is all said and done, the actual vacation is relaxing it is just the
travelling to and travelling from which are not so fun.

Airport parking is one of those hassles that everyone must face when they travel by plane. There is always the dilemma of whether it
is worth it to pay for airport parking, or if getting dropped off or taking a cab is the smarter way to go. In order to figure out the best
option, it is important to see how much you would be paying a day for airport parking and how much money it would be to take a cab
there and back. Obviously, having someone to bring you to the airport and back is the best way to go, but not everyone has that

Airport parking, if you are gone for a decent amount of time, will end up being quite costly. If you park at the airport you are charged
per day to keep your car there. Most likely, if you just took a nice vacation, paying for airport parking is going to be another
unfortunate expense on top of the hotel, food, tours, and souvenirs.

If you do decide that airport parking is the way to go, then you can decide where you want to park based on how much you want to
pay. If you wish to park close to the airport or in a covered garage, you will most likely end up spending quite a bit more on parking
than if you park further away in an uncovered lot. Before you make this decision make sure to think about the fact that if you do park
outside your vehicle will be unprotected from any unfortunate weather that might occur. Therefore, paying the extra few dollars per
day for covered airport parking could very well end up being worth it.

When you do park your car in airport parking that is far from the airport, there is usually a shuttle that will come pick up you and your
luggage close to where you parked. This is a very convenient service because it would be a huge hassle to have to drag your luggage
and any family members you are bringing with you all the way to the airport.

Another important thing to remember when you use airport parking is to remember where your car is! The airport is huge and there
are tons of places to park, so make sure you write down your parking lot and row whenever you do park. After a week or two of
vacation it will be difficult to remember where your car is when you use airport parking.

The last important thing you should consider when you park your car in airport parking is to take out all of your valuables from your
car. You might feel like your car is safe in airport parking, but you can never be too safe.

So, if you do use airport parking, make sure it is the best economic decision for you if you have alternate ways to get to and from the
airport. Also, make sure your car is safe, protected, and easy to find for when you return.

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