First, here are some impacts on the micro and macro-economic spectrum when it comes to parking. The theory of parking is a gift, but from the city and the government, and in terms of economic reasons, parking is not a given thing. This is because a lot of people is paying a parking spaces through property tax and through some type of fee in their everyday activity. Also, parking is not a given thing because the government or cities build parking spaces for everyone to park and to be able to get out, explore, shop, or work which in terms of this, there must be money involved somehow. The next impact is requirements which is one of the problems of flustering, overwhelming, and challenging behaviors when it comes to parking. Requirements is regulated and controlled by the government which they have the authority to oversee the parking spaces in every city, town, home, office, industries, or even shopping districts. On the other hand, some parking spaces is wider than others because of how many people goes to those areas to park, and for an example the Wal-Mart parking lot which is the biggest parking lot for parking does have a wide space because there are a very lot of people who go there to shop and buy groceries.