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NTO 6th march (dropped kerb offence 31st jan). No PCN on my car?


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Hello everyone

I received a notice to owner dated 6th March,

the offence (parking on a dropped curb) was on the 31st Jan.

 

I didn't get a physical ticket on my car.

I live in a slightly rough area so it is possible someone just took it off as a 'prank'.

I didn't get the opportunity to pay the reduced amount and now I am being told to pay £70

 

I am not sure whether I have grounds to appeal the ticket or not.

It was a council issued ticket and I was parking on a residential street

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  • dx100uk changed the title to NTO 6th march (dropped kerb offence 31st jan). No PCN on my car?

for what ever reason .....you did not get the PCN ....you can appeal.

 

dx

 

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As the notice to owner was sent to you within the required time limit, you are not able to challenge the ticket on the basis of it being issued outside of the time limit.

 

However, you may have grounds to appeal the ticket if you believe that you were not parked on a dropped curb at the time the ticket was issued, or if you were not the driver of the vehicle at the time.

 

If you do decide to appeal the ticket, you should do so as soon as possible and provide any evidence you have to support your case, such as photographs or witness statements.

 

You can find information on how to appeal the ticket on the council's website or on the notice to owner that you received.

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