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Action on abandoned cars

OFFICERS from Police Scotland working with partner agencies have removed a number of abandoned and untaxed vehicles from Highland roads.

Road policing officers have supported the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), Highland Council Environmental Health enforcement officers, the Health and Safety Executive, Trading Standards and HM Revenue and Customs to carry out enforcement action.

The first week of action saw more than 50 vehicles seized and 40 clamped. The action followed complaints from local residents regarding apparently abandoned vehicles which have clearly been used without road tax. Other road traffic offences, including vehicles being driven without insurance, were also detected.

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