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The pavement that bites back

Catclaw will burst car tyres to safeguard against illegal and dangerous pavement parking

10 February 2018
The Catclaw
The Catclaw


The threat from pavement parking and terror attacks involving cars could be dramatically reduced by a device installed in kerbs that quickly punctures tyres, according to its inventor.

The CatClaw is half the size of a small orange and is designed to be installed along kerbs and pavements. It was invented by Yannick Read, who designs bespoke vehicles for TV productions and promotional purposes.

Read explains the name is inspired by the Cats Eyes that line major roads in Britain and that...

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