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Aberdeen to auction PCN evader’s car

Aberdeen City Council has announced the first auction of a vehicle for unpaid parking tickets. The VW Golf, with a 2002 number plate, was impounded on 7 September.

The car’s owner had 10 outstanding PCNS costing £870, plus the £150 impound fee and a £20 per day car pound charge. In total more than £2,800 is now outstanding.

Checks were made with the DVLA and letters were sent to the owner explaining that the car was to be sold.

So far the council has impounded...

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