River mouth – Cities in the state of Veracruz have a problem that persists on the streets of various neighborhoods, affecting both drivers, cyclists and pedestrians: potted cars and badly parked cars. These vehicles become a nuisance to the society.
In the case of potted or abandoned cars, these are left by their owners or outsiders on pavements and next to pavements, where they remain for months or years. “Pot” cars are so named because plants tend to grow inside the car as time passes.
Similarly, some people park their cars by separating them from the pavement, or in the worst case, on top of the pavement, even with part of the vehicle on the pavement, which hinders the pedestrian crossing and the movement of cars on the road. also affects.
If you see this type of act in your neighborhood, there is a process for the state department of transportation to come and remove the offending vehicles. At La Silla Rota Veracruz we explain how to make a report.
In order for State Transit to remove blocker units, a public highway blocker removal request must be made, which has these requirements:
- Fill out the Obstacle Removal Form, which can be found at this link. Format
- Attach at least 3 photos of the oncoming vehicle on public roads
- Sign at least 2 people who live near the location of the obstruction
After filling out the form, it must be delivered to one of the 64 transit and road safety delegations, after which state transit elements will arrive to pick up the unit. Between the request and the return of potted or blocked cars, a period of 10 working days may elapse.
There is no cost for this process. In addition to potted cars and cars parked on sidewalks, you can also request the removal of cars parked in prohibited locations that are separated from the roadway or furniture that obstructs movement on public roads.