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Clamping powers for TfL and boroughs

Transport for London and London boroughs have gained new powers to clamp or tow away cars whose owners are persistent offenders in failing to pay penalty charge notices for parking and moving traffic offences. The powers, contained in the London Local Authorities and Transport for London Act 2008, allow TfL or boroughs to clamp or remove vehicles even if they are legally parked at the time, though vehicles parked on driveways cannot be clamped or removed. A persistent evader is someone who has...

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