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  1. Thank you very much Sailor Sam, Yes, I've been given a FPN, does this make any difference? Should I still appeal? Regarding the seizure of the car, sec 165 rta, says " if the constable has reasonable grounds for believing that the vehicle is or was being so driven." I guess they have grounds to believe so being quite clearly a company car. It's a estate agent's so there isn't goods or tools in the car. Being 5 minutes from my house in the direction or my work place i guess that it should not been too difficult to prove that I was using domestically, ie commuting to work. Th
  2. Thank you very much for the prompt reply. Just to clarify. They stopped me because they were doing routine checks on cars so they stop me randomly while driving. The car was insured for domestic use only therefore I'm insured for domestic use only. The insurance policy that my boss has says that I'm insured to go "to and from a place of paid employment", which is what I was doing. Maybe police didn't know this at the time. I said to them that I may use it later for work purposes which I denied later. ( I guess that when I said this they saw that I was going to commit
  3. Hi, I have been stopped by police this morning on my way to work. It's my boss car but I'm insured only for domestic use (I didn't know). The car has our company name written on it but the our insurance policy says that I can drive it to work. ( I didn't know this either at the time police stopped me). Police claims that is a company car and needs a commercial insurance. After tell me that I wasn't insured I was very nervous and in one of the answers I said that I might use the car to meet clients after. Then they claim the car was used for Commercial purposes so I'm uni
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