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SCM carries out inspection and awareness campaigns targeting abandoned vehicles


Sharjah City Municipality (SCM) carries out continuous inspection and awareness campaigns to urge the public not to abandon their vehicles in the sandy areas beside buildings for long periods. 
The abandoned vehicles become eyesores and distort the civilized appearance of the city, as they are prone to the accumulation of dust, and hence be exposed to be towed away by the municipal inspection teams.
During the first half of this year, the SCM impounded 3,911 vehicles as they were completely dirty. Owners of other vehicles with less dirt were notified to keep their vehicles properly cleaned and maintained.