As a product manager for a startup focused on parking, I would first conduct user research to understand the pain points and needs of drivers when it comes to parking. Based on this research, I would then work with a team of designers and engineers to develop a product that addresses these pain points and meets the needs of our target audience. One potential solution could be a mobile app that helps drivers find and reserve parking spots in real-time. The app could use data from parking lot operators, as well as crowd-sourced information from other drivers, to provide up-to-date information about available parking spots. The app could also provide directions to the parking spot, and allow users to pay for parking directly through the app. In addition to providing a convenient and seamless parking experience for drivers, the app could also benefit parking lot operators by helping them fill their lots more efficiently and reducing the need for on-site attendants. To monetize the app, we could take a commission on parking fees paid through the app, or provide a subscription-based service to parking lot operators that includes access to our data and analytics. Overall, the key to success for our parking product would be to provide a solution that is easy to use, reliable, and provides clear value to both drivers and parking lot operators.