Amazing New Space Saving Multi Story Car Park

Tuesday, 26. October 2010

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Multi story car parks go 21st century in Birmingham. German creator, Wohr, has built a valet multi story car park, without a valet. Cars are driven in through one of four access points by residents and after activating the system with the use of a transponder fob, the car is taken away by the machinery and stored in bays spread over 3 floors, all automatically. When the driver retrieves his car it is returned on a dolly that even turns the car round to be driven straight out in about 2 minutes. UK MD of Wohr, Andrew Smith, says the buildings cost 40% less to construct than other automated setups and in the same space they can store 100 cars more than the 229 that they would have been able to store in a conventional multi story car park. Wohr have great plans to build many more throughout the country, especially in London. They would need to be in city centres as they still cost £6,000 per bay to construct and then there are running costs and rates so don’t expect the cost to be 60pence per hour, that’s what I pay every Saturday. Apparently you can see one of these car parks in operation as a glass display unit at Mercedes Benz’ Brentwood dealership. Good idea? What do you think? By Graham Hill

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