Identifying an Abandoned Vehicle
A vehicle can be considered as abandoned if some of the following conditions are true:
- Flat or removed tyres
- Too much litter and leaves present under the vehicle
- Windscreen or any other window has been broken
- The number plats are not there on the vehicle
- Vehicle contain waste items including newspapers, old tyres or other rubbish
- Presence of graffiti on the vehicle
- Hanging wires from the dashboard providing clear evidence of hot-wired vehicle
Seeking Information from Your Neighbours
Before actually contacting the local authorities, check your neighbours if they have any idea about that specific vehicle.
Finding the Appropriate Local Council
All of the abandoned vehicles should be reported to the local authority or borough council. In order to find the local authority contact details, you need to have some information ready in front of you including your contact details, address and information about the vehicle you are reporting. You can find your local council by visiting this link. Now enter your post code to search the local authority.
Reporting the Abandoned Vehicle to Local Council
Once you will hit search the result will show a link for reporting the abandoned vehicle link of your local council. Visit the link and fill the form and submit. That is it, you are all done with it and now it is the responsibility of the local council to remove the vehicle.