The Department for Transport claims national guidelines for sharing parking data will take pressure off drivers when looking for empty, cheap spaces.
Up to £1million will be pumped into research and development project in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Manchester and Oxfordshire to build on parking assistance apps.
This project will help motorists track down free spaces, as well as giving them info on the dimensions and cost of spots across the UK.
Standards could also help drivers avoid parking tickets, potentially saving as much as £100 each, by giving them more information on restricted parking! Not only that but increased emissions and sometimes road rage too.
Keep an eye out for this new technology!