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Parkmobile and Allstate Roadside Services announce roadside service available in the Parkmobile app


ATLANTA--Nov. 19, 2012Parkmobile USA, Parkmobile, the leading provider of mobile payment solutions to municipalities and parking providers around the world, announced today that its mobile payment for parking program will now provide even greater value by offering Allstate Roadside Services in its mobile app.  The Allstate Roadside Services (ARS) functionality will be available to all Parkmobile members using the latest version of our iPhone app.

"We are delighted to announce our partnership with Allstate Roadside Services to provide our members an added safety benefit and peace of mind when they need roadside assistance.  ARS is the leading roadside service provider in the US with more than 4 million dispatches annually.  We are continuously looking for ways to add more value for our members.  By including Allstate Roadside Services into our app, we are providing our members the very best roadside service available," said Laurens Eckelboom, EVP of Parkmobile USA, Inc. "We will enable our members in the near future to pay for roadside service through our mobile app which will further optimize their experience and convenience." 

To use Parkmobile's service, parkers register for free by downloading the mobile app or setting up an on-line account at Parkmobile.  Once registered, members can use the mobile app, the internet, or a toll-free number to pay for parking.  Parkmobile members have been able download the updated iPhone app since Thursday, November 15th.  By using the roadside service feature, Parkmobile members will be directed to an Allstate Roadside Services dispatcher call center for further assistance. 

"Allstate Roadside Services is Reinventing RoadsideSM through continuous innovation and first-to-market technologies.  Our partnership with Parkmobile USA is another example of how proud we are to support emerging technologies," said Anthony Royer, President of Allstate Roadside Services.