Digital Chalking: A New Option to Old-hat Practices

Digital Chalking: A New Option to Old-hat Practices

Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, in a ground-breaking ruling, declared that marking a vehicle’s tires to collect information is a form of trespass requiring a warrant. While chalking is a tried and true method for enforcing parking used successfully for decades, the confluence of technology and policy may soon give rise to alternatives that are more efficient in helping improve parking operations.

Recent developments are being driven by constitutional challenges to arguably dated practices. The prevailing perception is that chalking is considered invasive and, could quite rapidly fall out of favor for the majority of parking agencies at a time that is significant when technology-driven solutions are readily available.

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