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Failed to drive in the direction shown but the arrow on a blue sign

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Hi I have a PCN from Camden saying "failing to drive in the direction shown by the arrow on a blue sign (passing to the wrong side of the sign)

I was on a motorbike and by all the 4 pictures it doesn’t actually look like I passed on the right side of the bollard...

When I phoned Camden a lady said that I was stationary in the Island and that’s why I got the fine. How can you get a fine for stopping on a motorbike waiting for cars. You can see by the photos I was watching the car to my right and I am going to appeal on the ground that this contravention did not happen. First I did not pass on the right but was following the traffic and stopped for safety for a few second so a car could go through...

How can you get fined for stopping on a broken white line island? If it was a single or double solid line I would understand?

What do you experts think?

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Hi I have a PCN from Camden saying "failing to drive in the direction shown by the arrow on a blue sign (passing to the wrong side of the sign)

I was on a motorbike and by all the 4 pictures it doesn’t actually look like I passed on the right side of the bollard...

When I phoned Camden a lady said that I was stationary in the Island and that’s why I got the fine. How can you get a fine for stopping on a motorbike waiting for cars. You can see by the photos I was watching the car to my right and I am going to appeal on the ground that this contravention did not happen. First I did not pass on the right but was following the traffic and stopped for safety for a few second so a car could go through...

How can you get fined for stopping on a broken white line island? If it was a single or double solid line I would understand?

What do you experts think?

 

Not an expert, but if it doesn't actually show any violation, then appeal.

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can we see the photos?

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