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Coronavirus: advice and support

New national restrictions were introduced on Thursday 5 November. Let’s continue to work together to help prevent the spread of the virus and Protect Norwich.

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Abandoned vehicles

A vehicle may be abandoned if:

  • it has not been moved for a long time
  • it does not appear to have an owner
  • it is in poor condition
  • it has been vandalised
  • it is in a dangerous position

If you think a vehicle has been abandoned, report it to us and we will remove it if appropriate. An untaxed vehicle may not indicate that it is abandoned.

Check if a vehicle is taxed

Vehicles no longer require a tax disc. You can check whether a vehicle is taxed and has an up to date MOT on the Gov.uk website.

Check if a vehicle is taxed

If a vehicle is untaxed you can report it directly to the DVLA.

Report an abandoned vehicle

To do this you will need to tell us:

  • the vehicle registration number
  • the make, model and colour of the vehicle
  • the road name and location of the vehicle

Report an abandoned vehicle

Claim a vehicle that has been removed

If a notice was placed on your vehicle and the vehicle has now been removed, contact Norfolk County Council on 0344 800 8020. What to do if your vehicle has been removed.