Spain's Palma de Mallorca issues warning about abandoned vehicles

26 vehicles were taken off the road. Credit: Twitter/@hila.

THE City Council of Palma in Mallorca, Spain, has begun its crackdown on abandoned vehicles in the city, removing 26 cars on Monday, January 20.
Led by officers from the Local Police, council workers toured the capital with a heavy-duty tow truck, lifting the dumped cars from the roads.
Mayor José Hila praised the Council’s initiative by sharing images of the removals on his official Twitter account. He stated that this was just the start of a long-running campaign and warned residents that those who abandon cars will not only receive a fixed penalty but will be responsible for covering the cost of the removal.

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Isha Sesay