Nuisance vehicles Destroying local parkland, noise nuisance, dangerous riding, riding on roads and pavements... sound familiar? Off-road nuisance is a problem that is affecting the lives of many, and it is a problem that is increasing. With your help, Greater Manchester Police are determined to tackle this nuisance. Nuisance can be caused by: Off-road vehicles being illegally driven in any public place. By road-registered vehicles being inappropriately driven anywhere other than a legally designated road or highway. Off-Road Vehicles include: Moto Cross Trial and Enduro bikes Mini-motos Quad bikes Electric scooters Buzzboards Gopeds Or any other mechanically propelled vehicle which is built for use off-road and should not be used on public roads and pavements or in public spaces. How can I report a problem? If you are experiencing a problem with nuisance off-road vehicles you can report the problem to the Community Safety Team Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0161 912 3434 You may also report incidents of nuisance off-road vehicles to Greater Manchester Police using “101” or in case of emergency “999”. Alternatively, by contacting the Greater Manchester Police website. Between 0800 hours and Midnight, 7 days a week there is a 'web chat' facility for contacting Greater Manchester Police to report incidents. You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.