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Car Park Operator Questions
At what rate can vehicles enter a Ticketless Parking car park?
How long does it take for a vehicle to enter a Ticketless Parking car park?
At what rate can vehicles exit a Ticketless Parking car park?
How long does it take for a vehicle to exit a Ticketless Parking car park?
I did not get a ticket!
How does this system work?
In the exit lane, a similar process occurs. At the point of exit, the TPS technology determines if any required fee has been paid before opening the boom arm thus allowing the vehicle to leave the carpark, again without having to stop.
If a fee is to be paid, the boom arm stays down until it is paid. The screen on the Exit Pay station displays the length of stay, the parking fee and instructions on how to pay. When the payment is successful, the Customer can exercise the option of receiving a paper receipt by pressing a button. This will trigger the receipt printing.
If the driver pays at a pay station before going to their vehicle, the TPS system recognises that there is no fee owing and the vehicle can leave the carpark without being stopped by the boom arm.
How do I pay the fee?
The customer can exercise the option of receiving a paper receipt by pressing a button. This will trigger the receipt printing. When the payment has been successful, the pay station screen displays an exit notice.
The driver returns to their vehicle and proceeds to the exit lane. At the exit, the TPS system recognises that there is no fee owing and the vehicle can leave the carpark without being stopped by the boom arm.
What if my credit card is not accepted?
Most difficulties can be quickly resolved with the driver by the Monitoring Service personnel.
Is keeping a record of my number plate an invasion of privacy?
Licence plate numbers are not considered personal information under NSW privacy law. In an article in the AFR dated 9th September 2013, Dr Elizabeth Coombs, the NSW Privacy Commissioner, is quoted as saying: “Number plate identification numbers are not considered personal information under NSW privacy law, because they do not in themselves identify an individual.”
Read the full article.
Times and dates of entry and exit and the record of money transactions are examples of the normal accounting information collected by any business in the course of trading. They cannot be considered personal information.
Will people know their number plate?
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Ybern offers clients fully integrated services from ideas to installation and beyond.
We provide Consultancy Services to Owners, Builders and Construction which covers:
Design and Construction
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Ybern supplies, installs and commissions TPS equipment and software.
Ybern supports the TPS system with documentation, training and life-time scheduled maintenance for hardware and software.