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  1. I'm willing to appear and plead guilty but but I genuinely only just found this letter. Anything at all to advise? Thanks again
  2. Hello thanks for reading, Jan 2012 I had an engine problem (Vauxhall), put the car off the road in a driveway, bought a new one (VW) and transferred my insurance. So the Vauxhall is broken and off the road but with 6 months left on the road tax but uninsured. I was supposed to declare it SORN but forgot.* A year later (Jan 2013) my work transferred me from London to Scotland and I had the Vauxhall SORNed then officially scrapped also in Jan 2013. I have a court summons letter dated 24/01/13 to attend court on 21/03/13 but being in Scotland I didn't receive it. A relative opened this letter two months later in mid-March 2013 and posted it to me and I only just received it! I can prove with letters from my employer and bank statements that I've indeed been in Scotland, but I'm supposed to appear tomorrow morning and I'm absolutely terrified of the consequences. As I can't be there with such short notice. In this "Requisition" letter (DVLA - No ASN Required) I have options to plead guilty, and another form (MC100) to list my income and expenses. There is also a helpline number on this form which wasn't very helpful. There are no other numbers to contact. I can prove all I've said is true if required, can anyone advise on my options? Another note, I was diagnosed by my dr with severe depression and have been seeing a counsellor every week since Jan 2012. Can that possibly work in my favour? Or the fact that the Vauxhall was actually parked off the road and uninsured in a non-working order as opposed to parked on the street? Any quick response would be greatly appreciated.*
  3. I now have two letters from Inter-Credit International Ltd "preparing to claim against me" unless I pay them £80 for each car. I will call and pay this as I can muster up £160 for now, but it seems too little for my situation of having two cars off road but not sorn'd. Something else is about to hit me hard isn't it? Ideally I hope to get some free legal representative who can gather all my fines together and settle all for something that I can actually afford. Regards, Prince
  4. Hello and thanks very much for your feedback. Dont get me wrong I dont want to sell the cars to escape consequences, the time has come to sell them. I just found the paper work for both vehicles and I will start a SORN for both asap. So how do I go about doing this? Call DVLA directly? The fines and money being asked by the threatening letters are nothing shot of a joke. Do they just pull random figures out of the sky? I will arrange some legal advice to try and consolidate the fines, if anyone can suggest a company because in my research I am finding financial and legal jargon hard to grasp.
  5. Hello all, I have just joined and would like to ask some advice please. Thanks in advance. I own 2 vehicles registered to myself at address A, and then in late 2007 I moved to address B. Both vehicles have not been driven since 2007 and are currently sitting still outside my addres B (off the road). I know it is probably my fault but I really forgot to declare them SORN at all over the last couple of years (my driving license is still registered at address A). I went to visit my old address A to check for mail etc, and there are tonnes and tonnes of threatening letters from bailiffs, and occasionally knocking on the door looking for my name! I am really scared to say the least, and have been advised (by a friend) NOT to change my driving license address to my current address B until this mess is sorted. About the mess: I would like to know if I can declare both vehicles SORN as of April 2011, and do a "stat out of time declaration" (PE2 PE3 form) to help my situation (also advised by the same friend). I have searched the internet for more info and have printed out the PE2PE3 form but I 'm having trouble understanding how it works at all! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Prince p.s. It is my intention to now sell both vehicles but I'm not sure about the consequences of doing so with my current mess.
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