Experience a whole new level of intensity as Season 6 of Parking Wars takes parking enforcement to the gritty streets of New York and New Jersey, riding with private tow companies as they battle parking violations in commercial and residential lots.
From the mean streets of the Bronx to the antics of outrageous characters on Staten Island to New Jersey’s capital city of Trenton, these independent towing companies face off with illegal parkers who go to volatile extremes to keep their cars from being towed.
And the New York state of mind reaches beyond the city limits – to the suburb of North Hempstead, where we meet a new team of hard-as-nails parking enforcement officers as they struggle to enforce parking rules, facing off with outraged citizens who refuse to take responsibility for their parking missteps.
In a surprise new twist, we go inside Providence’s Municipal Court, where parking violators plead their case before the unflappable Judge Caprio in a last ditch attempt to get away with their indiscretions. Outrageous excuses, emotional pleas, and tough justice result in a surprisingly humorous courtroom experience that only Parking Wars can deliver.
And returning this season are everyone’s favorite parking enforcement officers from Detroit and Providence; facing combustible clashes and rowdy drama with hilarious effect. Detroit’s own parking superhero “Ponytail” goes head-to-head with motorists who claim divine right to park illegally, while rulebook-toting Eric schools unrepentant handicap-parking violators, and Lashelle preaches anger management while enforcing the 10 commandments of parking. In Providence, Johnny Tickets is called every name in the book as he hunts for violations, Debbie gets fed up with the “excuses, excuses, excuses” and new-comer Maria adds some spice to the mix as she stings illegal parkers when they try to appeal to her sweet side.
Hitting its 100th episode this season, Parking Wars continues to deliver an intense, emotional and comic rollercoaster. The series is produced for A&E by Hybrid Films. Daniel Elias and David Houts are the Executive Producers. Co-executive Producers are Po Kutchins and Dan Flaherty. Series Producer is Andrew Dunn.