What you can do
If you can approach the drivers or riders involved, talk to them
If talking hasn’t worked – or you prefer not to talk to them – there are two ways you can get in touch:
- Report vehicle nuisance including bikes, mopeds and other vehicles to Cleveland Police
- Report a collision or road traffic offence to Cleveland Police
Members of the community use detection devices to monitor local vehicle speeds in partnership with the police as part of this national initiative. For more information, go to CSW Online.
These are vehicles, which have not been moved or visited for a long time. If you know the vehicle owner, ask them to move it.
If this doesn’t work, contact your local council. The council should be able to trace the vehicle’s owner and arrange for it to be removed.
If someone has parked in a designated parking space without permission, talk to the vehicle owner. If this doesn’t work, contact your local council.
The council will try to trace the owner. It can arrange for the vehicle to be removed, if necessary.
If someone parks on your driveway without your permission, this is trespassing and a civil dispute. You may want to seek advice from Citizen’s Advice or a solicitor.
If some-one is blocking access to your drive and refuses to move, it could be seen as anti-social behaviour (ASB.) ASB can be reported online to Cleveland Police.
If you see a vehicle parked illegally, report it to your local council. The council may issue the owner with a penalty charge notice.
If the vehicle is parked on zig zag lines, dangerously, or in a way, which blocks access for emergency vehicles, it should be reported to Cleveland Police.