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messageWhite van on street for nearly 2 weeks
Posted by bloodoranges February 12, 04:30PM

There's been a van parked on our road for nearly 2 weeks, it's taxed as I looked it up, but it's been there a while and no sign of coming and going...a neighbour who works from home has not seen anyone at all.

Maybe we are paranoid after watching too many netflix thrillers but is it worth reporting in case it's something dodgy?

Happy for you to tell me we're overreacting!

messageRe: White van on street for nearly 2 weeks
Posted by scrawford February 12, 04:45PM

Youíre overreacting smiling smiley

On our street on Kelmore Grove, one guy who doesnít even live on the street (lives in Catford) has 3 vehicles parked. A large van, and 2-3 cars. All taxed as Iíve checked myself!

People who leave vehicles on your street have every legal right to do so. Unfortunately itís probably linked to CPZs in other areas, and itís the gradual parking control creep across London.

messageRe: White van on street for nearly 2 weeks
Posted by bloodoranges February 12, 04:51PM

God that's annoying for you.

Luckily not really bothered, just don't want it to be part of a luther style heist scene in weeks to come 😂

messageRe: White van on street for nearly 2 weeks
Posted by roywj February 13, 07:48AM

There has been an old blue SAAB parked on East Dulwich Grove for the past year and a half. Never moves, flat tyres, covered in dirt and windows so black they look tinted!. Is so old that it doesnít need tax or MOT. Might be abandoned but council & DVLA canít touch it as it isnít breaking any rules. Shame to see an old classic in such a state.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was february 13, 08:23am by roywj.

messageRe: White van on street for nearly 2 weeks
Posted by George Orwell February 13, 11:54AM

" Might be abandoned but council & DVLA canít touch it as it isnít breaking any rules."

Not so sure - it still needs insurance if on a public road. Check its insurance status on askmid.

[ownvehicle.askmid.com]


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