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The Barnacle is the bright, yellow future of wheel clamps

Wheel clamps — it’s hard to get excited about them. They’ve been messing up people’s days since 1944, and haven’t seen a notable improvement since their conception. The bulky, yellow blocks of killjoy are among driver’s most hated objects, with the process of removing them taking hours upon hours – not to mention additional time having to go to the parking authority office.
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