A recycling truck will help you clean up a garage and other building materials.

1:00 What to do if you find a broken down vehicle on the road The first thing to do is call the police.

A crash involving a vehicle can cost up to $20,000.

You can call the NSW Police Crime Tip Line on 1800 333 000.

Alternatively, you can call a local police station or fire brigade.

A service station or ambulance service can also be contacted.

If you can’t find a service, you should call a recycling company.

If there’s a problem with your car, you may need to buy a new one.

A vehicle that has been damaged or taken down may need a cleaning.

If the vehicle is unoccupied, you might need to call the local police or fire department.

The following tips can help you to clean and dispose of rubbish that has accumulated on your property.

Clean the inside of your garage.

Make sure your garage door is closed and the windows are up.

Put some paper towels in the back of your driveway.

Don’t take your garage recycling container inside your garage or any other garage.

Take your recycling container with you.

Do not dump your vehicle in the road.

If your vehicle has been parked on your driveway, you’ll have to dispose of it yourself.

You’ll need to pay for the cost of the disposal, but it’s usually free.

If it’s been in your driveway for at least a year, you could also have to pay to have it removed.

Make an appointment with your recycling company to see if it’s appropriate for you.

Take the rubbish out of your car and put it in the recycling bin.

Do the same for your garbage.

If something smells or smells like a car, check the vehicle and see if the engine is running.

If not, take it to a local dumpster.

Get rid of your old rubbish, including your rubbish canisters.

You may need some old paper towels and toilet paper.

Don´t put rubbish into a canister or waste bag.

Put it in your recycling bin and take it home.

Do you have any other tips?

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