They are male and female university students between the ages of 18 and 26, who study at the university and drive to get there. Some of them are residents of Limassol while others live in different parts of Cyprus. They have lectures daily, and they must go two-three times per day to different lessons in various study venues. Usually they must carry different heavy objects like books, laptops and gadgets. Some of them rent apartments close to the University but often need to drive to a different university venue. Most students stay on the outskirts of Limassol come to the university by car. Along with their studies they have part time jobs to cope with their monthly expenses. The combination of studying and working, limits their time so they need simple and fast solutions on their daily routine problems such as parking their cars. This daily challenge gets them stressed and anxious particularly when the few limited parking spaces are already occupied, and they spend too much time looking for parking.