When the parking lot is empty, there’s nothing to do, and the parking meter is a mere stopgap measure.
It’s an everyday thing, and one that many Americans can relate to, if not quite the same way as the one I do.
I’ve lived in many cities, and my experiences are the same.
But there is something about being in a parking lot, and especially being in an empty lot, that seems particularly jarring and unsettling.
I’m not talking about a lot where the parking lots aren’t filled with people, or even a lot with just a few cars.
What’s happening is people are parking at their own leisure, in their own garages.
I’ve witnessed it in places like the US city of Seattle, where cars parked along the street were regularly pelted with rocks, while the city’s homeless population was constantly being chased out of their own homes.
And in the US, I’ve seen it in New York, where parking spaces were usually packed with people with nothing to eat, or sleeping on sidewalks, or walking to the subway.
I’d even seen it at a music festival in the UK, where a festival in a vacant lot had to be relocated, with no public transportation available.
In the US and Europe, this phenomenon is sometimes called the “parking problem”.
This term is used to describe people parking in places they can’t afford to drive to, without any public transportation.
And while there’s been some research into how people deal with this situation, the idea of a parking problem is still very much in its infancy, so we don’t really know what to make of it.
It can be a really isolating experience, with people spending all their time just in their garages, and not really enjoying the people who live there.
But we do know that many people experience this problem in their daily lives, and many of them don’t have the luxury to choose their own garage or parking space.
Parking spaces are a way to live on the edge of urbanity, without the luxury of car ownership, without having to drive yourself to the nearest supermarket, or having to park your car at a petrol station, or any other place that has no public transit.
It is a way of surviving in a city without having access to a car that can easily be taken away.
And it is a place where people live out their lives in ways that are completely disconnected from what is normal in urban areas.
Parking is a social construct, as much as a physical one.
And as such, the construction of spaces that are inaccessible to people, and even to those who need access to them, is often seen as an expression of inequality.
In fact, the concept of “street parking” is actually a product of the city.
Street parking is an urbanist idea, created by a group of people who came up with the idea in the late 1960s to facilitate access to public spaces.
These spaces were designed to make it easier for people to go to public areas without having a car, because they were supposed to be a safe place to be, where people could go to relax, eat, drink and socialise.
And so street parking became a way for urban planners and urban planners in general to define the parameters of the urban space, and provide space for people with different needs.
But it wasn’t always this way.
In the early days, street parking was mostly reserved for a small number of people, usually for a couple of hours at a time, as an alternative to car parking, and for the most part, people used it for socialising, for exercise, and just for a place to sit and drink.
And for a long time, street cars were still a lot of fun to ride, but a lot less comfortable than a car.
As the city evolved, as parking spaces got more and more accessible, street car use began to increase, and now, street traffic is the most common mode of transportation in most major US cities.
It isn’t hard to see why.
In a city like New York or Los Angeles, it’s not uncommon for people in an apartment to park in the street, while people in a loft, or in a car park, park in their living spaces.
Even if people drive, it is often not a very practical way to move around a city, and if you’re not able to walk from your car to your place of work, you’re more likely to be forced to walk to a bus stop or a convenience store, or to a taxi stand, than it is to park.
The problem, then, is that people park at their garage, and in their car, without being able to take the car to the bus stop.
But even when people can, it isn’t as easy.
If people can’t park at a parking space, how are they supposed to get around?
It’s like the street parking problem, but in the suburbs,