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Cars parked on private land can no longer be clamped

New laws were put in place on Monday to stop cars from being clamped or towed on most private properties in England and Wales.

Parking tickets will still be issued and those who do not pay can be traced through the DVLA.

5 liveMorning Reports spoke to Tony Glackin, from Worcester, who had his car clamped while parked in his own space and to the British Parking Association's Kelvin Reynolds who said the new legislation did not go far enough.

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  • 01 Oct 2012