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I have recieved a court summons for "failed to give information relating to the identification of a driver"

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I have recieved a court summons for "failed to give information relating to the identification of a driver"

Ok the original offence was for a speed camera.

To put this into context the vehicle is registered to my limited company.

The notice was received by a member of my staff who filed it.

There seems to have been a reminder which was not received or mislaid (same memeber of staff).

I now have this notice of intended prosecution and am not sure what to do.

this is further complicated by the fact that I am not sure who was driving, whether it was myself or my wife as we shared the drive and cannot for the life of us remember at what point we changed over.

either way I am in some kind of trouble.

I seem liable for up to 6 points for the latter offence and if push comes to shove I will have to do the honourable thing and say i was driving.

I am hoping one of you guys can help with some advice.

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the company can get a fine of up to a thousand pounds (I think is the max) but as the company has no licence it can't get points....

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is this a legal way to avoid points by registering your company to ltd company

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is this a legal way to avoid points by registering your company to ltd company

 

A company director can get points.

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