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clamper

[′klamp·ər]
(electronics)
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ROGUE clampers will be forced to hand back fines and pay drivers compensation.
And he said it was good news for Birmingham because the city seemed to suffer more than its fair share of unscrupulous clampers and they were blighting its image.
A 10-pointer is probably what clampers call a car parked illegally in a disabled space.
But as he helped launch the scheme, Peter, 28, dismissed the "nasty" reputation of clampers.
When confronting the clampers the motorists said they were fleeced out of hundreds of pounds to get their cars released.
Nominations for the top cowboy clamper -- or the nicest -- should be sent to the RAC at cowboyclampersracfoundation.
N A London clamper who impounded a car without notifying the owner then gave it to his daughter to drive
A FURIOUS mum poured a bucket of sludge on a car clamper - then put a video of it on YouTube.
The industry is now to be fully regulated with all clampers forced to abide by a cap on fines and penalties.
Well, the hapless victims who hand over their hard-earned cash to the clampers are certainly unhappy.
If the wheel clamper is not SIA licensed you should not pay the release fee.
Councillor Neil Eustace said: "I am pleased to see that the Security Industry Authority has finally revoked Mr Southall's licence to operate as a wheel clamper.