A Detroit barber and outraged crowd challenge Ponytail over the length of his hair - and the length of a city bus. Little Hawk flies solo towing an abandoned car from a Trenton highway only to have the angry owner storm the lot. Ticketer Betsy tries to keep order as Providence taxi drivers evade the law.
In Staten Island Jojo is ambushed by a furious repeat offender who tries to block her car from being towed. Ponytail uses all his powers to stop parking violators in Detroit and Noreen takes no grief from an irate Hempstead store owner parked in the bus zone.
A Detroit barber and outraged crowd challenge Ponytail over the length of his hair - and the length of a city bus.
Mike is caught in the middle of two Staten Island women feuding over a tow. An irate mob confronts Eric for giving rush-hour tickets in front of a popular Detroit market. In North Hempstead, Noreen's motherly patience is tested when she tickets an irate citizen in the fire zone.
A belligerent man spews venom at Steve as he enforces parking safety in Providence. Lashelle tries to uphold her Detroit parking commandments but ends up ticketing boxing hall of famer Tommy Hearns! And Judge Caprio weighs the excuses of Providence citizens battling their tickets.
Frustration mounts as Uncle JoJo struggles to get a woman to show her parking permit and avoid his tow truck. Lashelle deals with broken meter mayhem in Detroit and Vinny's tickets upset Long Island residents who think they can park everywhere they're not supposed to.
In Detroit, Eric amazes with machine-like techniques while ticketing irate parking violators. At Hawk s New Jersey tow lot the gang goes head to head with enraged car owners trying to retrieve their cars. And when an incensed citizen claims he was misled, ticketer Sonja steps in to defend the Detroit she loves.
Lashelle learns anger management in Detroit when citizens fly into a rage over parking tickets. New York attitude extends to Long Island where Rob tickets bad parkers and even worse drivers in North Hempstead and angry shoppers threaten to call the cops on Hadrick for towing illegally parked cars.
An agitated young man blocks Rob from towing his car at a private lot in the Bronx. In Providence, Johnny practices tough love while ticketing but softens for a pair of seniors with a good excuse, while repeat offenders face justice from Judge Caprio in traffic court.
There's hell to pay when Ponytail tickets two guys parked on the sidewalk for a prayer meeting in Detroit. A haircut gone wrong leaves Johnny bald, but brings him good luck while towing in the Bronx. In Providence, Debbie plays cat-and-mouse with a crafty construction worker who continues to park illegally.
While towing illegally parked cars in Staten Island, JoJo faces off with a woman accusing him of doing the devil's work. Eric tries to remain courteous when he is disrespected while ticketing in Detroit. In Providence, Maria feels the heat when a citizen refuses to heed her warning and is enraged by getting a ticket.
Trenton tow driver Hawk takes his son under his wing when confronted by a crowd of outraged parkers. It's d j vu in Detroit as Eric tickets rowdy repeat offenders. Steve lays down the law in Providence when a driver tries to use an invalid handicap placard.
Detroit ticketer Ponytail is confronted by an angry man who refuses to see the light. Tow driver John tries to keep illegal parkers honest in the Bronx. Gale force winds threaten to blow Fran off her Providence ticketing beat.
The intrepid Johnny is called every name in the book by incensed illegal parkers in Providence. Uncle Jojo is confronted by angry Staten Island residents as he tows cars without residential permits. Sonjia tries to educate Detroit citizens about their parking violations but some blame her for their mistakes.
In Trenton, Hawk races to his brother-in-law s rescue when a woman flies into a rage, physically blocking him from towing her car. In the Bronx, John and his protege Rob meet angry resistance while keeping private lots clear for legitimate customers.
In Trenton, Hawk races back to the tow lot to protect his wife and employees from an outraged car owner. Ponytail is attacked as evil incarnate for writing tickets in front of a Detroit hospital. And in Providence, Bonnie is confronted by a relentless man challenging the legitimacy of a parking sign.
They are the people we love to hate, and never before have they been so fascinating. You know they've got you when you find a ticket tucked under your windshield, a yellow boot clinging to your car's wheel, or when you can't find your car at all.
Just when you thought it was safe to park in the city. . . A&E returns to the mean streets of Philadelphia - and for the first time ever, travels to car-obsessed Detroit - to watch agents ticket, tow and boot the cars of enraged citizens not afraid to express their outrage with every excuse, insult and plea in the book.
Parking Wars Season 6 on A&E drives home the difficulties of parking enforcement in New York, New Jersey, Detroit and Providence. Independent towing companies face off with illegal parkers who go to extremes to keep their cars from being towed.
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