The Zambia Police Service has reiterated its appeal to all wrecked car owners to clear off their cars from police stations around the country.
Zambia Police Service Acting Spokesperson Rea Hamoonga has since threatened that wrecked vehicles that have stayed at police stations for a long time would be sold off.
Mr. Hamoonga told ZANIS in Lusaka today that wrecked cars have congested police stations hence the need for the owners to collect them.
He said the process of getting rid of wrecked vehicles will contribute to the achievement of the keep Zambia clean programme.
Mr. Hamoonga said most of the wrecked vehicles would be taken for scrap metal if they are not collected.
He explained that the police would inform the court for permission to start the exercise because the wrecked cars at police stations have different cases.
He has since advised members of the public to comply with all lawful directives issued to them by officers either from the Zambia Police Service or Road Transport and Safety Agency.