Los Angeles is the latest city to call for a ban on apps that allow users to sell their parking spots — on their driveway and on the street — to others.

After facing legal heat over selling street parking in San Francisco, where it is still based, MonkeyParking offered its controversial service in Los Angeles. Now members of the city council have called for legislation to ban it.

The app provides a platform where users can sell their private parking spaces to others for cash. Driveways cost $10, and the parking spot owners pocket $8 of that amount, according to the App Store …

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