A VERY EASY Way How To UNLOCK A Wheel Blocker Using Only A Screw Driver!!!

Many of us have parked our cars in some place where parking is not allowed and most of the time we get away without any parking ticket or any other problem with the law. But sometimes we do get a ticket or even worse, we get a wheel blocker.

Well this guy has found a way to remove that wheel blocker using only a screw driver, but just have in mind that this is NOT LEGAL! But it is an interesting thing to know. So basically he removes the metal cap that the wheel blocker has on the side of the “hand” and then he just presses the pin and voila: the whole blocker opens. I don’t suggest you try this because you will get in big trouble if they catch you doing this, but as I said it is a good thing to know, sometimes you might just be in a hurry and you REALLY need your car and you can explain yourself why you removed your wheel blocker.

It is a simple and easy thing to do but it can bring you in a bad situation.


14 thoughts on “A VERY EASY Way How To UNLOCK A Wheel Blocker Using Only A Screw Driver!!!

  1. Someone from the crowd

    Except there is “slight” problem with that. When you get the claw on the car, person who put it there wrote down serial number of it, location and your license registration of your vehicle. So, when you take it down yourself, you might flee the scene, but you will also get bill for the claw itself, and where I am living price of it is about 300 euro. Ending with paying for wrong parking AND the claw itself…
    Dont do it

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Of course friend. We don’t approve this method and certainly wouldn’t recommend anyone to do this. We just wanted to show you how it looks like.

    2. J. Silva

      Now In Portugal the fine for fleeing the scene goes up to 1500€, they put a sticker on your windows with yellow tape around so if you do this you are screwed big time

      1. Mac ( Post author )

        OMG that’s pretty strict rule!

  2. Someone else from the crowd

    This is stupid because of the fine that you will get as ‘Someone from the crowd’ said i would cost about €300.00 so people do it if your rich or just pay the original fine was around €100.00


    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Right on!

  3. Paweł

    Yes it is bad to take it yourself off. But you can just take it off and drive your own car to the police station and pay the bill xD

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Hell of an idea Pawel 😀 lol

  4. Irish

    Good to know as there are some unofficial companies clamping, they might have all your details but that all they have. They are not legally binding they just hold your car at ransom…now the problem is solved. Good on you fellows.

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Hahaha 😀 Clever idea buddy lol

  5. ohyeahyor

    How are they going to prove who drove the car? They can’t charge the owner for taking it out.The owner can always say he didn’t drive at that time and doesn’t know who drove it. He could even say that someone took the car for a joyride and then gave it back.

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      You have a point there friend. I’m sure the police can handle all that without a problem.

  6. Barry

    This video is pointless, because in the UK it is unlawful to clamp cars on private land.
    Private land
    It is a criminal offence to clamp/block/tow away a vehicle on private land without lawful authority. Lawful authority to immobilise or move a vehicle is restricted to a number of organisation such as the police, DVLA and local authorities.

    Privately owned land includes car parks, such as those at retail parks, whether or not there a fee is payable in order to park there (not local authority run car parks).

    To commit this offence a person must intend to prevent the owner/driver from moving their vehicle. Therefore, clamping your own car to prevent theft would not be an offence. No offence would be committed where a driver was prevented from leaving a car park because the vehicle’s exit was blocked by a fixed barrier.

    Public highways
    Clamping of a vehicle on a public highway can only be done by public bodies, namely; a local authority, the police or the DVLA. Normally vehicles are only clamped on a public highway if the vehicle has no excise licence, parked in no waiting or other restricted area (eg permit holders only).

    So yes you can take the clamp off on private land and destroy it and the clamper has not got a leg to stand on!

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      You have some very interesting regulations in UK on this matter Barry.

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