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Uhh ohh you are straying into FoTL territory here ... of course the police force will have a contract with a recovery company.

Yes the police have the duty to recover a vehicle under certain circumstances, see Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

Early March, I suspect you are going to be out of any timeframe for a late submission.

All is not lost, but its going to need you to engage with the process.

First port of call is to contact the ticket office and get the details of the offence and find out if a SJPN has already been issued.

The Flame Pit / Re: PePiPoo site down??
« on: May 10, 2024, 09:59:14 am »
It'd be good if we could redirect the domain here - it still has good rankings etc and I am sure gets a lot of traffic.

The Flame Pit / Re: PePiPoo site down??
« on: May 09, 2024, 12:51:22 am »
I understand its not really important, but it could be useful .. has anyone had any contact with the 'team' at Pepipoo ... its clearly not gonna come back from the dead now?

I always thought that motorway speed limits were brought in because AC was road testing the Cobra at 180mph+ on the M1.

Indeed, the matter was raised in Parliament, and it was felt something had to be done to prevent sportscar testing on the public roads.  It wasn't an ordinary Cobra, but a Le Mans special (the only one made with as a GT car rather than a sports car and a metal roof).

I've seen the car in the flesh, as I used to own an AC and it was at a couple of the club meets.

Well you know the details of the offence ... I don't see you have an obvious defence so I'd take the course.

PS you have left your name on the FPN.

I can't see what harm it can do to contact the officer and ask what this is regarding?

As NewJudge points out the S172 offence might still be in play if you didn't respond to that request - which as I said you should do now even if it is past the 28 days.

It's late at night the evening before your hearing, but if you can, make sure you have adequate copies of the paperwork you are relying on - 6 ideally.

I did get to the bottom of it ... it was a claim my wife had on her policy in August '21, and because I had added her as a named driver (given she's about to be my ex-wife this was silly) they said I had to declare her claim (which I didn't know anything about) ... anyway, end result was to remove her as a named driver, and I ended up getting a smallish refund  ;D

Without the whole story, impossible to comment!

Took out a policy, a few days later I had a 'an at fault' accident - that's it as far as I can see.  Damage was to third party, no damage to my vehicle,

Dear All,

Does this sound right to you?  I thought a premium was a premium and wouldn't change as a result of a claim until renewal?

The premium we charge each customer is calculated from a series of detailed statistical models derived from past claims history for similar customers.

As a result of this change there is an increase of 84.53. This includes an administration charge of 26.00.

This means a balance of 84.53 is due, which we will debit from the payment details we hold on file on, or shortly after, 30/03/2024. Please ensure funds are available.

How many drivers of the vehicle were there last year - if only one, and if that was you, and if the vehicle was even used on that date (8.3.23) (which you may or may not know), I would ignore the Friday (after all it is not your job to check what day the 8th March 23 was) and simply respond with the requested information and see what happens next.

The Flame Pit / Re: Pepipoo offline again
« on: March 15, 2024, 05:03:58 pm »

The Flame Pit / Re: Pepipoo offline again
« on: November 18, 2023, 03:14:05 pm »
Looks like pepipoo is down again ...

News / Press Articles / 151mp on the A1M ...
« on: November 15, 2023, 12:01:23 pm »
How long a ban do you think would be applied?

Answer first then reveal the answer :-)

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