Antonio Tavares - Newark NJ,
A multiple vehicle parking system including a housing having a generally rectangular configuration. The housing has a top wall, a bottom wall, opposed side walls, an open forward face, and an open rearward face. The open forward face and the open rearward face each have a support matrix disposed therein. The support matrix is comprised of an upper vertical component extending downwardly from the top wall. The upper vertical component has a free lower end. The support matrix includes a pair of angular components extending upwardly from the bottom wall to join the free lower end of the upper vertical component. A pulley system is disposed within the housing. The pulley system includes a forward and rearward upper wheel and a forward and rearward lower wheel each coupled with the upper vertical component of the support matrix. The forward upper wheel and the forward lower wheel and the rearward upper wheel and the rearward lower wheel each have a circular belt extending therearound. A plurality of vehicle compartments are coupled with the circular belts of the pulley system interiorly of the housing. Each of the vehicle compartments is dimensioned for receiving a vehicle therein. Each vehicle compartment has a lower wall with a pair of tire receiving slots therein.