Vehicle Abandonment: Analysis of National and International Fleets and Their Irregular Disposal on Public Roads

Joao Peres Teodoro Rodrigues, Antonio Pasqualetto


People's need to get around has meant that motor vehicles now dominate cities. The increase in the fleet has triggered numerous problems, including their improper disposal. In this sense, the objective was to evaluate the national and international fleets of motor vehicles and their irregular disposal on public roads, in a context of growing demand. The methodology included a systematic review of Capes journals and the evolution of the national and international fleet, as well as those already discarded, and sought an analysis of the various realities. The results showed that the unbridled increase in fleets resulted in urban mobility, with relevant environmental impacts due to the abandonment of vehicles on the roads, necessitating actions from social actors, governments, automobile companies, and society to solve the problems highlighted.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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