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  1. Thank you all for the information. Man in the middle I beg to differ as we, the company I work for, have challenged a number of notices, whilst also providing the driver details, and had the notices rescinded. I am not suggesting either that the company shoulders any responsibility I just wanted to know what avenues are now open once a fine has been paid. I'll advise the drivers as you suggest to send a letter to the issuing office, nothing ventured nothing gained and all that. Thank you all very much again.
  2. Good afternoon, I would like some advice on what to do once a speeding ticket has been paid but then a driver may have evidence that could get the ticket quashed. I have found out recently that our group fleet office has been submitting driver details for speeding tickets, bypassing my company process, and for which subsequently the drivers have been receiving the notices and paying the fines. Some of the tickets I have found out were for the stated offence of 'exceeding the speed limit for a goods vehicle' and for which the drivers have already paid the fines but I know w
  3. Something loose underneath on the prop shaft at the rear rubbing against the bodywork and causing the noise somehow to appear as if it was coming from the front.
  4. Good afternoon, After logging a complaint with both DLG and Skoda UK my car is now repaired! Had a call from a lovely man in Scotland working for Direct Line complaints, who had their engineers talk shop with Skoda engineers and all was completed yesterday. All that now needs to be actioned is the small scratch to the door and that is being rectified on Friday. Cost to me so far £00.00. DLG say I should get the car back on 11 Jun, I may take it for a test drive before signing for it! Thank you all very much for your advice, it is very much appreciated.
  5. Hi there, Thanks I will do just that. I also have the details now for the claims manager at DLG and will be logging a complaint with them too.
  6. Hi Bank Fodder. I far as as I know my hire agreement with Skoda covers normal wear and tear/planned maintenance. DLG Autos was allocated by Direct Line as their approved repairer. Direct line also insured the third party so I think they are trying to brush me off to limit their costs as they are picking up the bill for all of it? I'm not sure what else to tell you? Thank you very much
  7. Good afternoon I need some advice on who is responsible for getting my car repaired please. I have a Skoda Yeti on personal contract hire. My car suffered some minor damage to the o/s/r door at the beginning of May and at the time there was no other apparent damage. The car was collected by DLG Autos Orpington on Tue 22 May and returned on the morning of Sat 26 May. The next time I drove the car was on Tue 29 May when I drove to work when I noticed that that, apart from a small deep scratch on the driver's door that there was a knocking noise coming from the front of th
  8. Hi I cannot scan anything in right now but the text of the letter is ... We have been appointed by the British Parking Association (“BPA”) to act as an independent appeals body, under the brand of Parking on Private Land Appeals (“POPLA”), in respect of the Appeal and to consider both the Appellants and the Car Park Operator’s positions before providing a decision to the parties. We are not instructed to act on behalf of either party. We confirm that we have considered the appeal, taking into account all of the evidence at hand and applying the prevailing legislation and with reference
  9. Give it another week or two you will get another letter from DRP offering a discount. Ignore. After that possibly one headed notification of intention to commence legal proceedings (they cannot commence anything only the car park operator can do that). Ignore. Then you will receive a letter from Zenith Collections, which if you look closely you will see is a trading name of DRP and is also to be ignored. And every other Zenith letter after that, they will stop eventually. In short ignore all apart from genuine court papers which if you receive you need to ge
  10. Evening all, this will make you laugh. After submitting the appeal we eventually received a response from POPLA dated 28 Apr 2015 stating the case had been adjourned pending the court of appeal saga re Parking Eye V Beavis and that due to the high number of appeals to be processed there "may be some delay before your case is decided". Today, yes today 15 Sep 2016, we received a response from POPLA saying that they had rejected the appeal and to make arrangements to pay the car park company. Me no think so. Warmest Regards
  11. Good morning, Attached is a redacted copy of the windscreen ticket as promised. The date of 'contravention' was 12 May 15, the date of the notice to hirer says date of posting 02 Jul 15, I received on 08 Jul 15. The provision of the POFA regarding supplying relevant documentation was one I had ready to add to the appeal, as none were received. Thank you very much
  12. Good morning Dragonfly, Armadillo, I can post up a copy of the windscreen ticket Monday morning at the earliest Thank you all very much for this, it is a lot to think about so was thinking I would appeal as hirer demanding a POPLA reference then take it from there. Thank you again
  13. Hi Erics Brother thank you for this.There was a windscreen ticket given, I have a copy of it but decided to wait until we receive the notice to hirer. I believe the timings of serving of the notice to be ok as this is a contract hire vehicle and so would have gone to the hire company first then sat at our head office for a while before finally being passed on to me. I like the idea of writing to the trust regarding parking of large non emergency vehicles. We cannot be considered an ambulance by any means just a large minibus but we still have to park somewhere and normal car parking spa
  14. Afternoon Caggers, I wonder if I may have some help on this one. One of our company large minibuses had to park in the staff car park at the William Harvey Hospital Ashford as there was no suitable size parking space elsewhere. The driver and assistant were escorting a person to the hospital and both had to wait with him whilst there. We have now received the attached charge notice. We have until 21 Jul to appeal and I am going to do this online on Mon 20th Jul using GPEOL, mostly just to annoy them and also to obtain a POPLA ref, then get my ducks in a row whilst I await their respon
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