Only on Fox 29, a Philadelphia woman says the PPA is forcing her to pay parking tickets for her deceased relatives.
Valerie Lewis is not happy. Her car had been impounded since Wednesday at a South Philadelphia lot.
She says the Philadelphia Parking Authority is sticking her with two pages of parking tickets totally $943.
Lewis believes her mother or brother's unpaid tickets from 1997 and 1998 may be haunting her now even though both of them died back in 1999.
The old tickets are linked to a car that was registered at the family's home.
The 42-year-old woman says she's been renting the house out since her mom died and just moved back in two years ago.
A spokesperson for the PPA says if you co-sign for someone's car and they die, you're definitely responsible for any parking debts they have.
But Lewis says she has never co-signed for anyone.
"I bought my car back in 2003. Before that I've never had vehicle in my name so that's how I know for sure they're not my parking tickets."
Meanwhile, Lewis' Toyota Highlander remains impounded racking up storage fees while she fights her $900-plus bill.
The PPA is scheduled to review her case next week.