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I understand that in the UK you need an SIA license to carry out wheel clamping duties... Does anything like this exist in Cyprus? In particular, Protaras and Ayia Napa?
I have read and watched a TV documentary a few months back about people getting wheel clamped in the UK. In many cases, people were wheel clamped unfairly, hence the reason behind producing a TV documentary about it. If this happened to me, what could happen if I decided to remove the wheel clamp by using bolt cutters? Would there be any *likely* consequences? Or is it likely that the organisation responsible for wheel clamping would just forget about it and reclaim the clamp?
I parked my car in a private road, it seems like a drive way in front of a bundles of apartments. But the sign of "NO unauthorised parking" is very small and without any sign that wheel clamping is on operations. There is a notice with small words near the entrance. There is no notice or sign on any pole, no marking on the road. Just another small words notice near the bulding that is far away from the driveway. There is no gate or any control in the entrance.
I have read that a wheel clamp can be removed by a person not belonging to the company who installed it. As long as no damage is caused to the clamp in the process. I aslo read that the clamp could then be sold back to the company, however I seriously doubt that bit. Any help would be appreciated.
I think I realized what the problem is... I have a specialized alum mountain bike. In the rear sometimes the tires rub against the rear of the frame because the wheels get out of place when I'm straining going uphill climbs. I think its because my wheel clamps.. the long rob and clamp that keeps my wheel in place is stripped? Meaning where the metal from the clamp meets the metal where the hub rests on the frame is grinded down giving no grip at all. The metal seems kind of worn down and getting thin on the frame itself there. What can I do so keep the wheel in place so it doesn't move around in rough situations? could the frame be worn out? As in where the skewer clamps down on the frame.. that part of the frame actually looks worn down too. Will getting new skewers simply fix the issue even if the frame part is worn?
We had our shed broken into in the spring. When in deep I dream that someone is braking it to the garage and Also taking the trailer tent. Since the shed if put up climbing spikes. C.t.v and put bars on the garage. The trailer has wheel clamps on. I don't have the dreams on holidays or when were away. Can someone help. As they are very upsettin. Thanks.
she got my wheel clamped on my car as the tax disc had fell onto the floor and not visible,i want revenge
He has recently started wheel-clamping his own caravan when he finds he has inadvertently parked it in his own drive! .
Wheel clamping will be outlawed. Good. Perhaps these modern day highway men can get themselves a real job. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1303667/Cowboy-clampers-prey-millions-parking-private-land-outlawed.html
My car has been clamped. What's the best way to remove it?