The owners of abandoned vehicles causing obstructions will face action

By Zaki Salleh
Photo: MPM

MANJUNG: The Manjung Municipal Council (MPM) is serious about abandoned vehicles that obstruct rear lanes and disrupt public comfort.

A total of 145 cases of abandoned vehicles causing obstructions were seized in 2022.

For the year 2023, 46 seizure cases were made following 100 complaints received.

MPM, through the Licensing and Enforcement Department, takes action by issuing temporary notices for owners to relocate their vehicles.

Further actions will be taken, including impounding and relocating the vehicles.

If these actions are taken, owners will be charged RM250 for operation costs and a maximum compound fee of up to RM500.

MPM takes this matter seriously and expects the community to be aware of the environmental situation and be able to make complaints through the mymanjung application.

For those who own old, damaged, and abandoned vehicles, MPM recommends that owners dispose of the vehicles through a sale method

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