A man eager to show his frustration with parking enforcement tried to rip up his ticket – but the plastic coated tickets are nearly indestructible. Now, after three years of being teased and called a weakling, he turns up to prove that he is strong.
A Parking Wars video where the parking ticketers show off some of their dance moves. They also rap about the correct parking meter rules with some people on the street.
After getting ticketed, booted or towed people let out their frustration with some colorful language.
Mash up of tow truck drivers doing what they do best: towin' peoples' cars.
People have unusual reactions to having their cars impounded.
The PPA has heard it all before. Here is a samplings of the best excuses heard from the public.
Victims of the Parking Authority do not have very nice things to say.
We meet up with citizen Michael out on the street. We first met Michael at the inpound lot a few months prior and he is still just as loquacious.
If anyone appreciates the importance of a car, its an employee of the PPA. Booter Steve Garfield gives us a tour of his personal ride.
As John discovers while towing a booted car, sometimes working for the PPA really stinks.
Are you less likely to get ticketed or towed in the rain? You may be disappointed with the answer in this Parking Wars video, as booter Steve and tower David fight the elements to retrieve a tightly parked car.
A ticketer named Paul "Turtle" does impersonations of celebrities, cartoons, and presidents in this Parking Wars video clip. Watch as Turtle does the best "turtle voices" on the Philadelphia Parking Authority force.
Philly fans flock Garfield and Sherry, the most famous boot team in the country.
A video compilation of all the best ponytail lines and moments.
Reunited, but at what cost? Watch the Parking Wars video of the car owners being reunited with their cars after they have been towed. And see what they have say about the cost of the man-machine reunion.
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