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Export proposal for scrapped cars

The new plan of the Joint Commission to remove scrapped cars and equipment in the country in 2022 includes a proposal to offer bids to companies exporting scrapped cars that are no longer suitable for use, the local Arabic daily Arrayah. Learned.

According to knowledgeable sources, the abandoned vehicles currently confiscated will be taken to a dedicated reservoir, and some of the owners will come forward to pay fines and repay.
However, some vehicles remain unclaimed and are sold at auction as unsuitable vehicles. In such cases, some people buy these vehicles, take the necessary spare parts, and dispose of the vehicles again. Eventually, they end up as abandoned vehicles again in different parts of the country, and the Commission needs to get rid of them again.
As next year will be a special year for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, the population density and the large number of vehicles will require more intensive efforts and special focus from the city of Doha, the report said. ..
Meanwhile, according to the daily, the Joint Committee has been reorganized to include more organizations, including the Supreme Court of Justice, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, and the General Administration of Customs. This will strengthen the operation of the committee and make it easier to work in the next stage.
Each organization has a representative on the committee. The committee also includes the Department of Transportation’s Directorate General of Transportation, the Internal Security Forces (Lekhwiya), and local governments.
The committee’s current rate is working to get rid of vehicles abandoned in two campaigns each year in each municipality. According to sources, the number of scrapped cars removed nationwide in 2021 was about 20,000, and the owner recovered 1,298 after paying the prescribed fine.

http://www.gulf-times.com/story/706732/Proposal-for-abandoned-vehicles-to-be-exported Export proposal for scrapped cars

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