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  1. Hi Dawnrosie I don't get on this site very often but I was browsing some DVLA stuff when I saw your post. The offence is "Entering and stopping in a box junction" how you can do both at the same time is beyond me and I know some have challenged on this very ground however, if you have entered the box when your exit was clear, and that is paramount, then if another vehicle enters from the left so blocking your exit then you can challenge on the those grounds. There are other challenges regarding the location but rather than explain you will get a better understanding if you read up on previous adjudicator's decisions. Here's the link: https://londontribunals.org.uk/ Go to Statutory Register and then search keying in these case numbers, 210522979, 2100226302, 211044775A, 211034850A, 2110470503, These are all previous challenges that have been won and are worth analysis.
  2. Yeah Bazooks, that's how I read the legislation as well but TfL disagree so need an expert. Good Luck
  3. Perhaps you could advise where I should stick this.....nicely now.
  4. Now Posted in Council parking tickets Thanks Bazooka
  5. Hello, Posted this in the wrong place so added to this forum. I do hope there is someone who knows the answer to my question. I have looked for several days and can't find the answer. I have a hired truck and TfL have issued a ticket five months after the event. They contacted the registered keeper for the hirer details within 14 days and then took four and a half months to sent it to me. Could anyone tell me how long they have. It was a regulation 10 PCN. Very many thanks to anyone who can respond.
  6. Hello, I do hope there is someone who knows the answer to my question. I have looked for several days and can't find the answer. I have a hired truck and TfL have issued a ticket five months after the event. They contacted the registered keeper for the hirer details within 14 days and then took four and a half months to sent it to me. Could anyone tell me how long they have. It was a regulation 10 PCN. Very many thanks to anyone who can respond.
  7. Many Thanks Tony P. From their letter these are the phrases which I think are pertinent " When declaring a SORN the DVLA will send you an acknowledgement within 28 days confirming receipt and subsequent update of your SORN application, (Didn't happen, more like 60) it also states that you should contact the DVLA if you are not in receipt an acknowledgement letter. (Don't see where this is a requirement in law) "Until such time as an acknowledgement of SORN letter is received the registered keeper cannot assume their vehicle has been SORN" " Your have stated in your correspondence that you vehicle was SORN at the time of the offence. This is not the case, your declared SORN on the 27/10/2015, (Not true, this is when they printed it out which was 4 weeks after the declaration n was sent to them) and you requested that it be backdated to the 11/9/2015. (Again not true, the request was to refund the tax from the date the letter was received by them) "Your legal responsibility did not end until you received confirmation of your SORN from the DVLA." So if their database and acknowledgement state that is was SORN on the 11/9/2015 how can it not be effective after that date?? I'm confused with their logic and would be very grateful of some clarity. You make more sense to me Tony but then its the DVLA. I'm just still unsure of the legal position. Any further help gratefully received.
  8. Would anyone have any thoughts, the Stevenage Magistrates court sit on Wednesday next??
  9. My apologies, tried to cut to the chase but left out a ton of history. Original fine was failure to Insure because it hadn't been SORN'd dated 22nd June. He paid this and wrote a letter as advised by the DVLA stating he wished to SORN it on the 11th Sept. after much correspondence because they had never sent him a log book. It is the same offence but the summons is for an offence which is indeed past the SORN date. Having written to them again they maintain that the vehicle was declared SORN on the 27th October and was backdated as requested, which is probably when they processed it as opposed to when they received the letter. request to backdate was made asking for it to be backdated to the date of receipt of the letter.
  10. Afraid not, that's why he got a fine but the case file states that he did not have insurance on the 6th October. The SORN acknowledgement states that the vehicle was SORN'd on the 11th September.
  11. It looks like I have posted this in the wrong forum so am posting here as well as the General Motoring Forum. Hope this doesn't mess things up too much. Hope someone can help with a SORN question. To cut a very long story short my son's car became undriveable so bought another. Phoned DVLA after getting a fine what he needed to do to SORN it as he hadn't received the log book from the DVLA and couldn't do it online. He was told to send in a letter which he did. After a couple of months he got a summons from Stevenage Court for not having insurance. He wrote to them and explained he'd sent a letter and lo and behold, notification and tax refund was received the next day and dated back to the receipt by them of the letter. He has now just received a further letter saying that as the SORN was backdated the offence of no insurance still stands albeit well after the date that the vehicle has been SORN'd. He has an acknowledgment from them stating "Your SORN starts on 11/09/2015" Summons states that he had no insurance on the 6/10/2015?? Is this legal?? Surely if the vehicle has an official SORN date and the tax refunded back to the 11th, how then can they say it was uninsured after that time? Any help would be gratefully received.
  12. Hope someone can help with a SORN question. To cut a very long story short my son's car became undriveable so bought another. Phoned DVLA after getting a fine what he needed to do to SORN it as he hadn't received the log book from the DVLA and couldn't do it online. He was told to send in a letter which he did. After a couple of months he got a summons from Stevenage Court for not having insurance. He wrote to them and explained he'd sent a letter and lo and behold, notification and tax refund was received the next day and dated back to the receipt by them of the letter. He has now just received a further letter saying that as the SORN was backdated the offence of no insurance still stands albeit well after the date that the vehicle has been SORN'd. He has an acknowledgment from them stating "Your SORN starts on 11/09/2015" Summons states that he had no insurance on the 6/10/2015?? Is this legal?? Surely if the vehicle has an official SORN date and the tax refunded back to the 11th, how then can they say it was uninsured after that time? Any help would be gratefully received.
  13. Your are correct G & M, it does say no loading at any time, apologies for the laziness. The location is outside Metro Bank in Chiswick High Road, junction with Brackley Road. I have noted that the double lines are of differing sizes and given that they must be 100mm, they both can't be correct. Thanks for the reply
  14. Could someone please advise if my assumption is correct. PCN received for code 02. The sign says no loading but the double yellow lines have only a single kerb blip which would indicate a timed loading restriction. If there is no loading at any time surely the kerb blips should be as Diagram 1020.1 and not 1019. I would be grateful if an expert could clarify this for me. Thanks for any help given
  15. Should have known better shouldn't I. Frankly, it's all witchcraft to me.
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