Clamping will come to an end on October 1st. The replacement will be parking tickets.
But there are fears the new legislation does not go far enough and anyone can issue tickets and charge what they like.
Legitimate companies will have to abide by a strict code from the British Parking Association. In return companies will get details of offenders top chase them up.
But it still means anyone can issue a ticket in the hope the driver will pay.
In this report our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse talks to former clamper Costa Constantino, Edmund King from the AA and Patrick Troy from the British Parking Association.
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