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These are the vehicles which have been seized or reported by Lancashire Road Police around the county in November

The police can seize a vehicle if they think it’s being used in a way that causes alarm, harassment or distress, for example careless or inconsiderate driving.

They can also seize a vehicle if they think it’s being driven by someone who does not have a proper licence or insurance, if it's dangerously, illegally or obstructively parked and if it's broken-down or abandoned. Here are the vehicles removed from the road in and around Lancashire last month. These images are from the 'LancsRoadPolice Twitter feed.

3rd insurance offence in 2 years with 10 points already endorsed on their licence and children in the car!
3rd insurance offence in 2 years with 10 points already endorsed on their licence and children in the car!
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This vehicle was recently stolen during a house burglary in Blackpool. Found abandoned this evening in an alleyway and recovered for forensic analysis by HO75. CCTV enquiries ongoing
This vehicle was recently stolen during a house burglary in Blackpool. Found abandoned this evening in an alleyway and recovered for forensic analysis by HO75. CCTV enquiries ongoing
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This car seen in Wesham area with no insurance or mot, the driver admitted they knew they werent insured but decided to risk driving, enqs also disclosed that their driving licence had also expired
This car seen in Wesham area with no insurance or mot, the driver admitted they knew they werent insured but decided to risk driving, enqs also disclosed that their driving licence had also expired
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This van was stopped entering Blackpool from Manchester area by #Team4TacOps putting tactics in place to prevent a pursuit. On false plates, driver disqualified x3 and no insurance
This van was stopped entering Blackpool from Manchester area by #Team4TacOps putting tactics in place to prevent a pursuit. On false plates, driver disqualified x3 and no insurance
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