Initially launched in Switzerland as a pilot project now Pay to Parktelematic payment system for parking created by Skoda, is preparing to land in other countries. Including Italy. But first it will be Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland,
Germany and Norway – where the service is already active – while in the Bel Paese it will arrive at the beginning of 2023.
The function will be available both for smartphones – provided you have downloaded the MySKODA app – and for the Amundsen and Columbus infotainment systems of almost the entire Skoda range: Fabia, Scala, Octavia, Superb, Kamiq, Karoq and Kodiaq. And the Enyag? Park to Pay can also be used for the electric SUV, but only via smartphone app.
How does it work
First you need to register, create a account Skoda Connect and enable remote access to the vehicle. Then you have to enter the various payment data and then you are ready to use the Pay to Park service. Service which, thanks to the partnership with Parkopedia, displays the various car parks in the area and their prices.
Once parked, you can proceed with the payment, with the possibility of extending or shortening the parking time via your smartphone or the infotainment system, thus with the certainty of avoiding fines and not paying more than necessary.
Here’s how to activate Pay to Park from your smartphone:
- Download the MySKODA app at Google Play o App Store.
- Attiva l’account ŠKODA Connect.
- Activate the Pay to Park service
- Register for the service and add a payment method
- Start the stop
To activate and use Pay to Park directly from the car instead you have to
- Connect to the SKODA Connect Shop
- Scaricare l’app Pay to Park.
- Register for the service via the MySKODA app
- Begin your layover
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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