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Meet the Barnacle, it adheres to the windshield using two pump-activated commercial grade suction cups. Should the drivers try removing the Barnacle , a built-in alarm will sound. Once they've paid their fine , drivers will be given a numerical release code, for the Barnacle on their car. They then have 24 hours in which to return it to a drop-off location.
>-It's very simple to remove them--You simply heat the glass behind the suction cups and the pressure increase will allow you to slide them off.
>-Or just slide a small wire between the seal and wind shield, which will break the seal and release the suction
>- I think someone will find a way to use a Slim Jim or something to work under the suction cup and pop it off.
>-Remember Ace Ventura Pet Detective. (just roll down the driver side window and drive to your garage that way)
Windshield-blocking device may give the boot to wheel boots
>How about buying your own boot, put it on your car when you park so they'll think you'll already tagged?