Parking Wars

  • 2007
  • 7 Seasons
  • TV-PG

A reality series following parking-authority employees.

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Sat Sep 21 2:00pm
Episode 49(Season 4, Episode 11) FYI

A man tries to stop booters from getting to his car; and a veteran ticket writer endures profanities from angry women.

Sat Sep 21 2:30pm
Episode 50(Season 4, Episode 1) FYI

In the fourth-season opener, a wife in Philadelphia goes into a rage when her husband has a hard time retrieving his impounded car; a ticket-writer faces a shouting woman in Detroit; and workers on a booting run face a woman who won't stop crying.

Sat Sep 21 3:00pm
Episode 35(Season 3, Episode 10) FYI

A ticketer grows frustrated with a citizen who offers a list of excuses; an angry woman tries to dispute her ticket; and two brothers try to cut a boot from their car.

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