Where did I park? I never remember!
AGoogle Maps is pretty good at this. On iOS devices, your location is automatically marked when you disconnect your phone from your car’s Bluetooth or USB connections; on Android, it may or may not work depending on the direction of the wind. You can drop a pin if you’re really worried. Google’s Parking Location feature is also really rather special. It allows you to make notes on your exact location (for example what floor you’re on, the bay number, or the registration number of that car you scraped the side of while trying to get into the space), as well as attaching pictures of your parking spot and setting integral timers to monitor how long you’ve got left before the law impounds your misbehaving vehicle. If you’re extremely bad at directions, you could also bolt a GPS tracker to your motor: the SmarTrack Trident needs a subscription, and is Cat 6 rated, meaning that your insurer will absolutely love it.
ABOVE Parking at Monty Python Land comes with some risks of random car crushing