Boti, the WhatsApp contact that indicates for free where parking is allowed

Boti is available for inquiries 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Seeing tow trucks that take cars or trucks is a fact that happens quite frequently In Buenos Aires city. But nevertheless, there is a key tool that tells you instantly where it is allowed and where it is forbidden to leave the vehicle in the CABA.

Is about Boats, the WhatsApp of the City of Buenos Aires -which is the same number in which you can request the shift for vaccines or for the Covid test, among other procedures- what is found available to receive inquiries 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. this contact it tells you immediately where exactly the car can be parked.

The tool allows you to consult via WhatsApp for specific addresses, street intersections or by sharing your current location. It also details where metered parking works.

If you haven’t made your query yet, schedule your number and start chatting with the City.

If you haven't made your query yet, schedule Boti's number and start chatting.
If you haven’t made your query yet, schedule Boti’s number and start chatting.

Step by step, how to ask Boti where to park

1) Schedule a Boti in your contact list: 1150500147

2) Write him on WhatsApp “parking lot” or “where to park”

3) In response to your message, Boti will propose you make your query based on your Current location (option “A”), for address (“B”) o por regulation (“C”). And once you answer it, you will have the answer you were looking for.

In case you want to share your Current location, you have to send him the letter “A”, wait for him to answer you; Select the (+) sign below on the left. Then, you have to click “location” and then “send the location”.

If you prefer to send the exact direction, you will have to write “B” to him and once he answers, you will pass him the street and height (in the same message).

Finally, if you choose option “C”, for regulation, Boti will remind you of the basic parking rules, according to the Traffic and Transportation Code:

If you are on a street:

-Single hand: allowed on the right and prohibited on the left.

-Double hand: allowed on both hands.

If you are on an avenue:

-Single hand: allowed on the right, but prohibited on the left on business days, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

-Double hand: prohibited in both hands on business days, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

About Boti

For the development of the parking function, the project took references from each of the Government areas in order to collect and process information, centralize it and then upload it to an artificial intelligence platform that feeds the bot.

For 6 months, a team from the Ministry of Transportation and Public Works carried out a comprehensive survey to evaluate and gather the current regulations on parking and be able to upload it to the City’s chatbot”, they maintained from the Buenos Aires government.

In this way, they highlighted, the transformation of customer service was accelerated, integrating all digital services in various contact platforms to facilitate the neighbor’s experience.

Other queries

It should be noted that Boti also responds to other queries related to the City of Buenos Aires: procedures, shifts, coronavirus, the heat wave, tourism, education, health and safety.

Also, you can ask about infractions, with the option of requesting referral to a controller for resolution; the SUACI claim request status (Single Citizen Attention System); traffic cuts; the offer of events offered by the City and the services by proximity, for example, police stations, fire departments, EcoBici stations; including the weather and the latest government news.

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Reference-www.infobae.com

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