CLAMPING victim Tim Garbutt is calling other clamped motorists around Huddersfield and landowners to a meeting.
The aim is to get landowners to use only wheel-clamping companies which sign up to a voluntary code of conduct.
The meeting - at a date in the near future - could attract a large number of people.
Kirklees councillors will be urging the authority next week to push for a code.
Mr Garbutt now owes £1,885 to National Parking Control, who clamped and towed away his vehicle after he parked in Old Leeds Road, Huddersfield.
Yesterday, he met representatives of Harrogate Council and North Yorkshire Police who had concerns over wheel-clamping several years ago.
They told him how they worked with trading standards officers to put together a voluntary code of conduct for clampers to sign.
Landowners were encouraged to lease their land only to clampers who agreed to stick to the code.
The aim was to drive out unregulated car clamping firms.