The way you go about it is to enter all the car details etc on Autogreen's own website. You then receive an email stating your car will be picked up within 6 weeks. The car at this point becomes legally their responsibility.
Of course 60 degree North WON'T pick it up within this time, you then ring Autogreen, explain the situation.They force 60 degree North to pick the car up, as they are responsible for disposing of your car now.
60 degree North may ask you to pay for this to be done.This is an unlawful request.They would just be trying to make extra cash.Do not pay them any money if asked however tempting this may be to get rid of the car.
If the car is still not picked up within a couple of weeks ring Autogreen back suggest that if not car is not sorted out you will be ringing Trading Standards this gets Autogreen moving.
You have to accept there are a lot of dead cars on Shetland to be picked up and will be done immediately however 8 weeks should be more than enough time. This does work.
If people follow this and be a bit forceful and explain their legal obligations we won't have all these blots on the landscape or such a back log of cars to be disposed of.
You must go through the website so that you have emails/paper evidence of transfer of ownership. They can deny a phone call.
I Know of people have used this method successfully and got cars removed within 8 weeks.
The Amenity Trust who are responsible for the other cars are pretty good however at Voar Redd Up time they are very busy.