Abu Dhabi confiscates 33 abandoned cars as part of campaign

ADM to continue campaign which includes fines amounting to $820 for abandoned vehicles

33 abandoned vehicles were confiscated from the capital.
33 abandoned vehicles were confiscated from the capital.
Leaving vehicles unattended for long periods can incur fines upto $820.
Leaving vehicles unattended for long periods can incur fines upto $820.

Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) confiscated 33 abandoned vehicles following an inspection campaign targeting abandoned vehicles in the city.

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Vehicles that were left unattended for lengthy periods were towed away in coordination with the City Municipal Center and the Integrated Transport Center.

The campaign, which covered several parts of Abu Dhabi, is directed to protect the public appearance of the city from all types of eyesores, the authority said in a statement. 

ADM is keen to continue working with its partners in raising public awareness of abandoned vehicles in public areas and facilities for lengthy periods.

ADM has said it will continue such campaigns in accordance with the law which includes fines amounting to $820 (AED3,000) for abandoned vehicles.

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