SpareFoot and other online resources are dedicated to listing garages and other parking solutions for drivers wanting to rent. In addition, Craigslist and other online and offline classified sections often list parking rentals.
Looking online for garages for rent helps drivers determine prices ranges, but it's important to ensure that the spots being considered are in convenient places. Garages near the center of town or by popular areas tend to cost more than those on the outskirts. Online maps can help drivers find out where the spots they're considering are located.
Another option is to drive through areas and look for garages. Large parking garages are easy to identify, so many garages have little reason to advertise their services online or offline. Parking garages sometimes list their prices where they're visible from the road, but there may be additional fees. Parking areas typically have attendants who can explain what drivers need to do to rent a spot.
Driver may also want to consider park-and-ride options. Drivers who work downtown may find garage prices to be excessively high; parking options near public transportation options, on the other hand, might be more reasonable. In addition, public transportation is often faster than driving in densely populated areas, so renting a spot near public transportation might lead to a shorter commute.