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  1. hi my husband works as self employed hgv driver, back in February the company he drives for received a trespass notice from proserve I appealed it as his brakes had lost air so would been dangerous for him to drive til air built back up which was 5 mins, they rejected appeal and wanted their 250 now less than a week later they are wanting 350 with a threat that if its not paid he wont be able to access the roads around the dock ... .in doing so making it impossible to do his job
  2. I'm a freelance HGV driver, now self employed but at the time of the alleged offence I was paye with an agency. It was brought to my attention today that I have started paying, through deductions on my invoice, for a parking ticket I allegedly received whilst working. On questioning the agency, it seems that the client I was working for have paid the ticket, and I'm expected to reimburse them, although I am not happy and wish to contest the ticket. Is this possible, considering I am alleged to have been the driver on the day but I am not the vehicles keeper and the fine has been paid? Now
  3. http://www.commercialmotor.com/latest-news/parking-firm-reported-to-police-by-haulier?cp=FAC-Rssgraffiti-FACEBOOK_%7C_News_CM&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=rssgraffiti&utm_campaign=FACEBOOK_%7C_News_CM
  4. News report just in. Its tagged on the end of this thread http://forums.pepipoo.com/index.php?showtopic=86932
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