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  • Can Luxe take the pain out of parking in a city?
    Jim Killock, Creative Commons (2014) ©
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Luxe: an app for pain-free parking

While many have predicted that Uber and driverless technology would make the personal car a thing of the past, valet parking app Luxe is hoping to make car ownership infinitely more convenient. But how does it work, and can it be the answer to congested cities and nightmare parking?

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While many have predicted that Uber and driverless technology would make the personal car a thing of the past, valet parking app Luxe is promising to make car ownership infinitely more convenient. But how does the service work, and is it really the answer to congested cities and nightmare parking?

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