Residents become irate when their cars are towed from an apartment complex in Staten Island; violators challenge a ticket writer's authority in Detroit; and a Providence, R.I., man claims his tickets are bogus.
An angry man with a gun confronts a booter in Detroit; and a man tries to retrieve his car at the Philadelphia impound lot; and, also in Philadelphia, a beautiful ticket writer gets a lot of attention.
A man is outraged when his car gets the boot, and he tries to remove the device; a ticket writer confronts a man whose vehicle is blocking a bus zone; and a father and son try to retrieve their impounded car.
In Philadelphia, a woman refuses to get out of her booted vehicle that's supposed to be towed away. In Detroit, a Baptist convention causes parking problems; and a young woman attempts to retrieve her boyfriend's car from the impound lot.