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There is an abandoned vehicle outside my house. What should I do?



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Abandoned Vehicles
Who is responsible for dealing with abandoned vehicles?
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Your local council is responsible for dealing with abandoned vehicles and are under a legal duty to do so. The police have a legal power to do so, but will ONLY do so if it is causing a dangerous obstructions on the public highway.
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Abandoned Vehicles
There is an abandoned vehicle outside my house. What should I do?

Phone the police. Have the following information available if you can. It will speed up enquiries and its removal

- the vehicle registration
- the vehicle make, model and colour
- the vehicles condition, ie any flat tyres, major damage to the vehicle
- the vehicles exact location
- how long it has been there, to your knowledge

The police operator will check the police national computer (PNC) to see if it is stolen. If it is, the police operator will arrange for it to be dealt with.


If it is not, the police operator will tell you if it is registered to someone living in your area. However, by law (the Data Protection Act), the police are not allowed to tell you who is the registered keeper.

If it is not registered locally or is reported to be in a dangerous condition, the police will pass the information on to the local council for them to deal with.





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