Complaint Letter for illegal parking of motor vehicles

To Police Traffic Report Department

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Letter of Complaint for illegally parked vehicles asking the Transport Department to take action.

Complainant is writing to lodge a complaint regarding traffic offences related to the illegal parking of cars.

Illegally parked vehicles cause disturbance to the community, are a major inconvenience and can damage the surrounding environment. Not only is parking illegally a traffic offence, but such vehicles which do not have express permission to park in locations that are not clearly designated parking spots can potentially create an unsafe environment for other pedestrians and vehicles in the locale.

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The Date and Address of the illegal parking should be clearly stated. 

It is advisable to enclose pictures of illegally parked vehicles too.

The reasons for the complaint should also be explained to urge the Transport Department to take relevant action.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Personal > Government, Bank and Utilities > Police / Criminal




traffic offence


illegal parking


motor vehicles




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