This idea is self-evident in its simplicity. It is not reasonable or necessary to seize and confiscate property and demand sums of money in "fines" and "storage charges". People have been intimidated by clamping companies who seem to employ bouncer types to intimidate and threaten. This is well-documented and happens all the time.
To allow random confiscation of property and to follow this with demands for money is clearly wrong in a civilised society. It is puzzling that English law has sanctioned this practice for so long. It is doubtful if, in fact, it is legal as so often claimed.
Scotland has long ago abolished the abuse and intimidation of the public in this way.
Legislation must repeal any statutes that purport to allow confiscation and removal of cars and other property for any reason whatever. Abolition is the only way; it should be relatively simple as it is unlikely to be the subject pf primary legislation.