SANTA ROSA — Santa Rosa residents can look to police this month for help getting rid of any unwanted vehicles.
The Santa Rosa Police Department is partnering with recycled auto parts company Pick-N-Pull to tow any unwanted cars or other standard vehicles up to 18 feet long within city limits through Nov. 30, according to police.
The free removal service is part of a “Vehicle Amnesty Days” program.
Police said ownership documents for the unwanted vehicles are not required, although any paperwork for the vehicle will help speed up the removal process.
The police department will verify each vehicle to ensure they have not been reported stolen.
Although motor homes, trailers and boats are not included in the Vehicle Amnesty Days, residents with questions about removing these types of vehicles may call the police department’s Abandoned Vehicle Abatement coordinator.
Those who want to have their cars or other standard vehicles towed away under the program can call the police department’s Abandoned Vehicle Abatement coordinator, or may contact Pick-N-Pull to schedule a tow.
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