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​Abandoned vehicles

For abandoned vehicles on roads, berms and footpaths in all areas (excluding Papakura and Waitākere wards), report a problem with Auckland Transport.

For abandoned vehicles on parks, beaches, maunga, community facilities or venues, or those found in Papakura or Waitākere wards, call:

Call Auckland Council on0800 NO DUMP (0800 66 3867) Hotline 24 hours, seven days.

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