Abandoned vehicle on a public road or place
You should report an abandoned vehicle on a public road to the competent authority in charge of the area. Do not contact the MVR.
The competent authority will remove and dispose of the abandoned vehicle.
Below is a list of competent authorities you can contact to make a report.
|Location of abandoned vehicle||Who to contact (competent authority)|
|If the vehicle is causing danger, obstruction or inconvenience||NT Police|
|NT Government land including major roads such as the Stuart, Barkly and Victoria Highways||Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics|
|Council properties including most local or suburban roads||Local council in your area|
|NT Parks and Reserves||Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT|
|Crown land||Crown Land Estate in the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics|
|Aboriginal land||Land councils – eg: the Northern Land Council, Central Land Council, Tiwi Land Council.|
|Territory Housing properties||Territory Housing office|
|Military land||Department of Defence|
|Shopping complex||The management of the shopping complex.|
Last updated: 08 December 2017