Trenton tow driver Hawk takes his son under his wing when is confronted by a crowd of outraged parkers; and Steve lays down the law in Providence when a driver tries to use an invalid handicap placard.
In Detroit, Eric gets disrespected by a man angry at being ticketed next to his own house; Patty tries to shame Providence parkers into playing by the rules; and Louann is challenged by repeat offenders who think they shouldn't get tickets for breaking the same law as everyone else.
In Detroit, Lashelle tries to counsel sisters furious over a corner clearance violation; two Providence men confront Johnny after they are ticketed for feeding the wrong meter; and Ponytail is all business while challenged by angry citizens in Detroit.
A furious man challenges booters Rodney and Michele as they try to uphold the law; Providence citizens berate Charles even when the violations are obvious; and the insults get personal when Sonjia tickets an irate violator in Detroit.
Booters Steve and Sherry go on the hunt when a booted vehicle goes missing; best friends Brian and Lori shake it up on their ticketing beat; and at the lot, a World War II veteran does battle for his impounded truck.
Yolanda has her hands full trying to help the owner of a tricked-out pink truck through the red tape to get it released; tow truck driver John faces a car owner who tries to lock him out; and Marylin makes both friends and enemies as she works her new ticketing beat.
At the lot, John scrambles to find the impounded car of a woman whose taxi meter is ticking. Meanwhile, Tiffany, nicknamed "swoop" for her killer ticketing instincts, shows off her techniques. And, "ladies' man" Martin is called to tow a car that crashed into a gas pump.
Booters Sherry and Steve deal with threats from an agitated man who wants the boot off now. Fatima looks for a new honey on her ticketing beat, but attracts more bees than boys. At the impound lot, Abdul faces a woman who needs her car so her soldier brother-in-law can be back to base in time for deployment to Iraq.
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 personality, Tommy Hearns; and Judge Caprio weighs the excuses of Providence citizens battling their tickets.
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 drivers in North Hempstead; and angry shoppers threaten to call the cops on Hadrick for towing illegally parked cars.
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; and in Providence, Debbie plays cat-and-mouse with a crafty construction worker who continues to park illegally.