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  • Divvy offers up the Airbnb of parking in Australia
  • Divvy offers up the Airbnb of parking in Australia
    Thomas Kohler (2011) ©
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Divvy offers up the Airbnb of parking in Australia

Parking in a city centre can be a nightmare, but many commercial buildings have spaces that are underutilised. In Sydney, public parking rates are sky high – with some charging a daily rate of almost $90 – but start-up Divvy is now offering affordable parking Down Under.

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