It’s no secret that parking spaces in San Francisco are scarce and simply down-right expensive. But what’s even worse is having to park your vehicle out in the elements where… let’s just face it, you have more than the elements to worry about.
Yes, if you rent or own a parking space in San Francisco, you may have possession of one of the most coveted pieces of real estate on the west coast but that doesn’t mean your prized SUV or sports car will remain out of harm’s way.
Introducing B & A Towing’s Every Day Valet Parking Service. One of San Francisco’s longest standing members of the business community, B & A Towing is now offering every day pick up and drop off vehicle valet parking services.
How does Every Day Valet Parking Work?
To begin with, our valet services are not at all what other valet services provide. If you’ve ever been to a high-end restaurant or hotel that offers (insists) on providing valet services, you’ve probably been a little apprehensive about leaving your keys with some random stranger. Who knows what that 19-year-old temp worker is doing with your car once they’re out of ear shot? Most likely, they’re using the 45 seconds they have with your car to see how fast it goes and how much base your stereo has.
With B & A Towing’s Every Day Valet, you receive top-notch service from tow truck operators who will not even drive your car. We even suggest that you reset the trip meter and record the odometer reading. This way you’ll be assured that your seat settings and everything else will remain untouched.
With our San Francisco Every Day Valet, all it takes is one phone call. We’ll come to your location, wherever you may be, and quickly load your vehicle onto a flatbed tow truck. We’ll then secure it using soft straps to ensure that no damage is done and then deliver it to our inside storage garage that’s monitored with cameras 24/7. When you need your vehicle again, all you do is call and we reverse the process. Your car will be stored inside, out of the elements and away from any other potential hazards.