It is illegal to abandon a vehicle on a road or any other land. The same law applies to abandoning touring caravans, trailers or parts of motor vehicles. Abandoned vehicles are reported to your local district council who will arrange for the vehicle to be removed.
What to do if you see a vehicle being dumped?
If you see a vehicle being dumped please report it immediately to the police station. The police will prosecute any owner found to have illegally dumped their vehicle. Contact details for police stations in Lincolnshire are available on the Lincolnshire Police website.
What to do if you see an abandoned vehicle?
If you notice a vehicle that seems to have been abandoned please report this to your local district council who will arrange for the vehicle to be removed. You can contact your local district council using details here:
|District Council in Lincolnshire||Telephone|
|Boston Borough Councilemail@example.com||01205 314200|
|East Lindsey District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01507 601111|
|Lincoln City Councilemail@example.com||01522 881188|
|North Kesteven District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01529 414155|
|South Holland District Councilemail@example.com||01775 761161|
|South Kesteven District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01476 406080|
|West Lindsey District Councilemail@example.com||01427 676676|
How to dispose of a vehicle properly
Anyone wanting to dispose of a vehicle should take it to a licensed scrap yard where it can be properly recycled and disposed of. You must ask the dismantler for a certificate of destruction. The Environment Agency (08708 506506) will have details of the nearest fully licensed dismantler to you.