clamper


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clamp·er

 (klăm′pər)
n.
One that clamps, especially a spiked plate attached to the sole of a shoe to prevent slipping on ice.

clamper

(ˈklæmpə)
n
1. a spiked metal frame fastened to the sole of a shoe to prevent slipping on ice
2. a person who attaches a wheel clamp to an illegally parked vehicle
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And in cases where motorists feel the clamper has acted unfairly or inappropriately they will have a way for redress through an appeals process.
He said the Redditch-based firm was run with "ruthless efficiency", with Barry, 38, of Lilac Close, Evesham, being a clamper as well as scouting out new hot spots to operate.
A FURIOUS mum poured a bucket of sludge on a car clamper - then put a video of it on YouTube.
[bar] Ask to see the clamper's Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence number to make sure they are registered.
The controversial clamper, who runs Birmingham company Midway Parks, isn't the least bit bothered about Government plans to clamp down on his trade because he has already made his fortune.
If the wheel clamper is not SIA licensed you should not pay the release fee.
A notorious Birmingham clamper has been banned from trading after a decade of causing misery to hundreds of motorists in the city.
A WHEEL clamper from Chester had his arm broken by a "disgruntled motorist" who then escaped in a white van.
The centering journal locates the clamper's center.
From the clamper's point of view, they can also only clamp your car legally if they abide by certain conditions:
THE hunt is on for the worst ``cowboy'' clamper in the UK.