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I was recently stopped by a police officer who was on his own for allegedly using a mobile phone whilst driving. I was issued with a fixed penalty notice of £60 and 3 points. Then 2 days later he rings my house requesting the vehicle registration number, which was a works hire van. Do I have to give him the details and is the ticket valid because the officer forgot to enter the details on the ticket??? Advice would be much appreciated.

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I can't imagine that any new offence would be committed by not giving the reg plate.

 

However, not complying would serve little purpose - the police have your details.


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