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Abandoned vehicle

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(Alternatively click on the map to select the location you are reporting)
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Abandoned vehicle


If a vehicle is taxed then it is not something the Council can deal with. Contact the Police on 101 to report it. Please note this form is only for abandoned untaxed vehicles. You can check if a vehicle is taxed by visiting https://www.gov.uk/check-vehicle-tax. Additionally, if you are reporting a non-abandoned vehicle obstructing a footpath, right of way or highway please call 101 to contact the police.
We are unable to remove a vehicle solely due to an expired MOT.
We are only able to investigate when the vehicles registration or chassis number reflects that the vehicle has an expired tax status.


If vehicle is a car, van, bike, truck, other and give model of vehicle if known.


Please provide as much detail as possible. I.e the car has not been moved for a long period of time, the car is damaged or uncleaned, burnt out, number plates or tyres have been removed.




Give as much detail as you can. For example, park name and what's nearby in the park or the nearest road or building. It'll take us longer to sort out if we can't find the problem.

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