San Vicente's Municipal Car Park Back To The Dark Ages 

Back to the dark ages 

Back to the dark ages 
IT is impossible to pay to park at the municipal car park beneath San Vicente town hall with a €20 note. 
A sign reminds drivers that they must pay either in coins or notes of €5 or €10 and there are no facilities for paying by credit card, let alone with a mobile or smart watch. 
Opposition councillor Jordi Roig who belongs to the Ciudadanos party called on the PSOE-EU coalition at the town hall to replace the existing cashier machines with more modern versions. 
“It’s backward for a public car park run by town hall in 2019 to lack the necessary technology for drivers to pay with a credit card or mobile app,” Roig complained. 
Users cannot even pay with €20 or €50 notes and change is always given in coins, he pointed out.  As a result, the inconvenience meant that people were discouraged from using the car park. 
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