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Abandoned vehicles

Who can make this request? Anyone
Documentation to be submitted
  • Verbal or written request
  • In the case of written requests: 
    • At any Integrated Customer Services Unit (Unidades Integradas de Atención al Público, UIAP), by means of a general request form;
    • At offices of Palma local police, by means of the complaints form entitled 'comunicado vecinal sobre quejas y anomalías'.
Where can I request this?

Written requests can be submitted to any district office of Palma Local Police, the Local Police building on Avda. Sant Ferran or any UIAP office.
Verbal requests can be made by calling 010 (Customer Services Line).

Legislation
  • Municipal traffic ordinance, published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB), no. 80, 5 July 2001 and modified by plenary agreement by Palma City Council on 26 September 2002, published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB), no. 126, 19 October 2002.
  • Royal Legislative Decree 339/90 (2 March) approving the articulated text of the Law on Motor Vehicles, Traffic and Road Safety.
  • Law 10/1998 (21 April) on Waste, modified by Law 16/2002 (1 July) on the Integrated Prevention and Control of Contamination.
  • Royal Decree 1383/2002 (20 December) on the Management of Vehicles at the end of their Useful Life.
Who processes the request? Palma Local Police Station
Avda. Sant Ferran (on the corner of C/ Son Dameto).
Tel: 971 22 55 12 
E-mail: externsva@pol.palma.cat 
Ways to start procedure Either upon request of the party or of an agent
Requirements Anyone (requests can also be made anonymously)
Decision-making organization Palma Local Police Station
Avda. Sant Ferran (on the corner of C/ Son Dameto).
Tel: 971 22 55 12 
E-mail: externsva@pol.palma.cat 
Administrative silence Does not apply
End of administrative recourse The resolution does not end to the proceedings
Resources Appeal
More information

Are all abandoned vehicles removed? Yes. Priority is given to the removal of those vehicles which can be considered solid urban waste (those that are not roadworthy: broken vehicles, those missing essential parts, and so on).

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23 of April, 2018

Ajuntament de Palma
Square de Santa Eulàlia 9. 07001 Palma (Illes Balears)
Telephone: 010 / 971225900 / 630308226
Email: ajuntament@palma.cat