Car has been on road since before the school holidays and hasn't moved.
Reported in the Abandoned Vehicles category anonymously at 13:59, Saturday 21 September 2019
Sent to Stevenage Borough Council 1 minute later
This car has been parked opposite our house since before the school holidays. It is taking up two parking spaces which are needed in our road as it's tight for parking. The drivers door is slightly open and the brakes look rusted on. We're not sure who owns it and no one seems to use it.
vehicle not abandoned - claimed by owner
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Stevenage Borough Council at 15:56, Tuesday 15 October 2019
Car is still here and now has No MOT so is parked illegally on the road.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 14:55, Saturday 19 October 2019
Still open, via questionnaire
This Audi A4 convertible VE02DUU now has no MOT and therefore no insurance and is still parked in the road. A lot of us who live here are fed up with nothing being done about it.
Posted anonymously at 08:32, Monday 28 October 2019
Vehicle MOT was due on 19th October. It is now 03rd Nov. Car owner is from the other side of the street which clearly has a problem with work vans taking up spaces. Not a new problem but leads to many residents getting annoyed that cars like the one now illegally on the road are dumped for periods at time. Annoying residents who are without a space outside their homes because small businesses want multiple vehicles on the road.
Posted anonymously at 08:09, Sunday 3 November 2019
White Audi A4 has no MOT and has not been moved for a long while. The owner has multiple vehicles of which cannot be parked outside of their property, taking up valuable spaces of nearby properties.
Clearly this vehicle has been put there with no intention of doing anything with it and should be towed away.
Posted anonymously at 20:25, Wednesday 13 November 2019
Frustrating but the car is presently taxed. you can report the car for no MOT to the Police but only if the vehicle is being used - if it is just parked then no action can be taken.
Posted anonymously at 09:45, Thursday 14 November 2019
The vehicle is a parked vehicle and still requires an MOT to be on a public road.
Posted anonymously at 16:08, Friday 15 November 2019
If your car has no MOT, it should not be parked on the public highway and you should look to book it in for its MOT immediately. Whilst it's parked on the public highway without an MOT it could be reported, resulting in you being fined and your car seized
Posted anonymously at 06:50, Sunday