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.
It's the PPA to the rescue when an old man collapses in the street and ticket writers Marylin and Ken get him to the hospital.
A compilation of the most entertaining citizen interactions from the point of view of the booters.
Ticket writer and 'Philly Street Meat' expert Brian knows the best places to get lunch.
Last season, two guys drove off while being booted--10 months later, one of the escapees runs into our crew and tells the wild story from their perspective.
In this Parking Wars video clip, the parking ticketers point out some of their favorite eateries. Follow them as hungry, gourmand booters Steve and Sherry enjoy some of the finest dining Philly has to offer.
Its amazing how many insults the Parking Authority gets everyday. But the Parking Authority are great at letting the insults slide off their shoulders.
I guess it's no surprise that Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) employees loves Philly cheesesteaks. As you'll see in this Parking Wars video, no matter where you go in Philadelphia, there are many great places to buy Philly cheesesteaks.
Two young women experience the joy of getting impounded for the first time, but still manage to keep their senses of humor.
Garfield and Sherry run into a character right out of “Goodfellas” while booting in South Philly. He calls himself “Rocky Balboa” and hilariously lets his opinions be known on any number of subjects - from booting to italian dinner.
Check out this video compilation of women on both sides of the law who stand up for themselves and refuse to back down.
As our Lot Officers will attest, woman are more of a handful than men when dealing with impounded cars – and we have Miss Payne to prove it, a very vocal protester trying to free her car.
Parking Authority employees love to hear positive feedback from the people they have to ticket and boot. And the people love to have the Parking Authority give them a break.
Watch the entertainment as Sean, a Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) ticket supervisor and rapper, put his experience at the PPA into verse. He raps to keep the group happy and smiling.
Philadelphia might be a major city, but there is more than enough wildlife to go around.
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