The recent steep, sudden clamping fine hikes by Harare City fathers has fueled an outcry amongst motorists who claim to have been struggling to pay the previous $59.

Clamping fines were pegged at ZW$59 before a 700 percent increase to ZW$900.

Motorists in the capital have expressed their concern over the price hikes stating that the decision was unreasonable.

One of the interviewees who spoke to ZTN said “The clamping fees hike is too much, ZW$200 could have been reasonable.

It’s not fair because most people were struggling to pay the ZW$59”.

Motorists added that city fathers must improve their parking areas to justify their price hike.