For the first time, drivers clamped on private land will soon be able to appeal.
The new Crime & Security Act introduces regulation of wheel clamping companies, rather than just the individuals who work for them. Which? hopes this licensing will result in clampers being more rigorous monitered – which we have called for.
Devil in the detail
Dr. Fiona Cochrane, senior policy adviser at Which?, said: ‘It is great to see that this parking problem has been recognised, but until we see the detail of the regulation we can’t be sure that the these issues will be properly dealt with.’
Which? will be keeping an eye on developments with these regulations. In the meantime, the free Which? advice guide to appealing parking decisions explains your rights.
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