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Abandoned vehicles

What to do if a vehicle has been abandoned

Report an abandoned vehicle

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In Nottinghamshire, your local council is responsible for arranging the removal of abandoned vehicles on public and private land.

Report an abandoned vehicle

Please contact your local district council to report an abandoned vehicle using the contact details provided below.

Report inconsiderate parking and obstructions

If you believe the vehicle has been parked inconsiderately rather than abandoned, please see our advice on reporting illegal or inconsiderate parking.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Ashfield District Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Bassetlaw District Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Broxtowe Borough Council

Report an abandoned vehicle to Gedling Borough Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Mansfield District Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Newark and Sherwood District Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Nottingham City Council.

Report an abandoned vehicle to Rushcliffe Borough Council.

 

I think a vehicle has been abandoned. What should I do?

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If a vehicle is parked legally on a road and is displaying a valid road tax disc, we have no powers to move it, even if it doesn't belong to the local anyone who lives on the street where it's parked. 

If nobody returns to the vehicle after a number of days you should contact us on 101 so we can liaise with the DVLA to trace the owner. 

If the vehicle is parked illegally, for example, on double yellow lines or in a restricted parking area, or does not have a valid road tax disc, you should report it to us on 101.

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