If you've ever had a boot put on your car and didn't understand why: you're not alone.
Buffalo Common Council members discussed “predatory booting” Tuesday.
Drivers at the meeting say they've been targeted in Buffalo lots.
They say that part of the problem is poor signage in restricted zones.
Some say they've had to pay as much as $150 to get a boot taken off.
"Under both instances, I did ask for a receipt upon paying for my ticket to get the boot removed, and both companies refused to even provide me with a receipt saying that I did pay for that,” said Amanda Barnes, of Buffalo.
The Common Council is looking into limiting boot removal costs to $75 in non-regulated lots among other ways to fix this growing concern.