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the mitigation analysis of unusable motor vehicles in Saudi Arabia
Engineering and Construction
Pages 8 (2008 words)
The Mitigation Analysis of Unusable Motor Vehicles in Saudi Arabia <Insert Name> <Insert Course Details> <Insert Instructor’s Name> <Insert Date of Submission> The Mitigation Analysis of Unusable Motor Vehicles in Saudi Arabia Introduction Over the last two decades, the Saudi economy has witnessed a boon.
The cars, like any other machine, grow old and require repair, maintenance and eventually replacement. The well off urban population has been noted to more often than not opt for replacement of their aging cars, rather than have them repaired to elongate their working life. Like any other waste, the then retired cars pose a problem of disposal to their owners and some of them will either choose to abandon them either where they breakdown, at a mechanics compound, by the roadside or at the public parking places. Though legitimate methods of disposal exist –like selling the vehicle to scrap dealers in places like Bariman, most of the people opt for the illegal yet easy mode of disposal. What the law says. The ministry of the interior defines an abandoned property as any motor vehicle, outboard motor, vessel, ATV or trailer that is unattended which is operational or not and which is subject to removal or is removed from private or public property (PME 2012). It also defines a towing company as an entity or person who toes, stores or removes property which has been abandoned. The abandonment offence as defined by the presidency of the environment is the abandonment of a vehicle or any part that was part of a vehicle on any open land or any land constituting part of a highway or waterway. ...
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