Surge in vehicles being clamped since tax disc abolition, data shows
DVLA says in past three years there has been 166% rise in clamping of vehicles because of a failure to pay road duty
The number of drivers whose vehicles are being clamped for failing to pay road tax has more than doubled since tax discs were abolished, figures show.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA said there had been a 166% increase in wheel-clamping operations in the three years to April.
Source: Guardian Transport