The conscious owner will not leave the car to the mercy of fate: he will sell it as unnecessary or surrender it for scrap. Why take a precious place in the yard, pay tax for junk? The number of "carrion" is decreasing every year, but still rusty cars can be found in almost every lane. How to get rid of them?
Case One. The car stands for a long time at the curb or in the yard and interferes with the passage. At the same time, there are no signs of abandonment: the windows and wheels are intact, the registration signs are in place. The traffic police service is obliged to work with such cars. Let me remind you that for violation of the rules of parking (parking), a vehicle that interferes with the passage of other participants in the movement must be moved to a specialized parking lot. And if the traffic police do not notice such a car, they need help: take a picture of the car and the parking lot, write a statement (in free form) addressed to the head of the traffic police department, send it by mail (via the website). Or contact the local police.
After that, as practice shows, the car will safely move to a special parking lot, where it will wait for the negligent owner. If the car is parked without traffic violations, no measures are envisaged in this case. But if the residents of the house do not admit that this is their car, and it has been standing motionless for a very long time (say, ten days), you can contact the police department with a statement about the suspicious car. Suddenly, the car was deliberately abandoned by attackers? Or is she listed in theft?
Such a car appeared next winter in the editorial office. An elderly Japanese all-terrain vehicle with registration marks of the Samara region, who, judging by the stickers, and who visited the special parking lot, suddenly became a stint in Seliverstovoy Lane. For several days, the alarm periodically called the owner - until the battery was exhausted. The car was parked without traffic violations, so we sent a statement to the police: they say, check, suddenly they stole or what happened to the owner.
The policeman reassured us: “Mitsubishi” is not listed in the theft. He will not be able to find the owner, since he has only a Moscow database. Driving the car does not interfere. And if during the January snowfalls it turned into a huge snowdrift, then the problem of utilities … You can still find the owner of the signaling "street children" yourself. We will talk about this in one of the following issues. It turned out that the public utilities dragged Pajero Pinin, which stood in one of the neighboring courtyards, to our lane when they cleaned the snow there. The owner at that time was on vacation … In short, in our case, the problem was resolved quickly.
Local authorities have no formal claims to such “snowdrops”
Local authorities have no formal claims to such “snowdrops”. Local authorities have no formal claims to such “snowdrops”.
Case Two. The car is in the yard (on the side of the road) and is gradually turning into a pile of metal. There are no registration marks on it, it is not possible to determine the owner. In this case, local authorities should be involved in resolving the issue.