What is LPR?
How does LPR work?
How will my license plate information be used?
How can virtual permits be purchased?
What happens if I don't have access to a computer or a phone?
What if I get a new vehicle or a new license plate?
If your vehicle does not have the permanent license plate yet, please enter in the temporary (paper) license plate information. It is imperative that your license plate and vehicle information is current and correct in order to avoid an unnecessary ticket. Please visit your online Parking Account to update your vehicle information immediately once new permanent license plates have arrived and have been placed on vehicle. It is also important to delete all old or unused vehicles listed on your account. If your vehicle does not have permanent or temporary (paper) license plate, please enter in the last 4 of the VIN.
What if I do not have a front license plate?
What if I own more than one vehicle?
Students are allowed to register 1 vehicle under the Daily, Monthly or Semester permits. Log in to your Parking Account to change vehicle information when driving a different vehicle. Faculty/Staff are allowed to register multiple vehicles on their account. Multiple vehicles listed under the same virtual permit may not be on campus at the same time unless the second vehicle has a paid parking session.
What if I have a loaner vehicle or a rental car?
If I can register two /three vehicles to my account, does that mean I can park both/multip
What if two people share the same 2 vehicles?
What if I have a symbol or disabled plates?
Enter the plate number with no symbol. “DV” or “DP” on disabled license plates must be entered along with the rest of the plate number in the order it appears on the plate.
What happens if I enter my license plate number incorrectly when registering?
Can I allow another person to use my virtual permit?
Will this change any parking rules?
How can I avoid receiving a ticket?
Purchase your permit before your vehicle is parked on campus. Ensure the license plate is accurate. Park only in designated spaces where your paid parking session is valid. Specific ticket issues or concerns can be answered by calling Adjudication at (760) 750-7505 or emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find updates or more information on Parking at CSUSM?