Quick one here.
My car got a ticket from parking eye, working for Morrisons, from one of their car parks. They say I was there for over 2 hours, and it was caught on camera.
However, it was my mother driving the car - she's on my insurance and uses it from time to time.
I used the basic set of letter templates, and have informed them that I was not the driver at this time, but they've sent me a letter, saying that my appeal was unsuccessful because of '2008 Judge Ackroyd Oldham court, Combined Parking Solutions verse Stephen Thomas, in the case where Mr Thomas claimed not to be the driver, it was ruled that he was, and was ordered to pay the charge and costs.'
Is this true? What are my next steps? I have no intention of giving them my motherís details, so I would just end up paying it. Or should I just state her name and refuse the address?