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  Reply # 1987902 3-Apr-2018 22:02
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Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.


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  Reply # 1987921 3-Apr-2018 23:41
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redeye52:

 

Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.

 

 

Since it was your dad, write in again and get the ticket changed into his name. So you won't get recorded as being guilty. Even if your dad pays it for you, you would still have to declare that ticket for things like insurance otherwise.






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1987934 4-Apr-2018 04:39
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Aredwood:

redeye52:


Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.



Since it was your dad, write in again and get the ticket changed into his name. So you won't get recorded as being guilty. Even if your dad pays it for you, you would still have to declare that ticket for things like insurance otherwise.



And to avoid the demerit points.


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  Reply # 1987948 4-Apr-2018 06:50
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Kiwifruta:
Aredwood:

 

redeye52:

 

 

 

Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since it was your dad, write in again and get the ticket changed into his name. So you won't get recorded as being guilty. Even if your dad pays it for you, you would still have to declare that ticket for things like insurance otherwise.

 



And to avoid the demerit points.

 

 

 

Say what now? You only incur demerit points when you're pulled over by Police.

 

Otherwise I wouldn't have a license left based on the way my wife collects tickets.


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  Reply # 1987953 4-Apr-2018 07:41
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redeye52:

 

Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.

 

 

 

 

LOL - so your Dad TWOC'd your car and got busted by a camera :-)





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  Reply # 1987954 4-Apr-2018 07:48
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premiumtouring:

Kiwifruta:
Aredwood:


redeye52:


 


Got the photo in the afternoon. Looks like my dad was driving the car - very clearly not me. Still odd timing given the car was with me at the reported ticket time unless he someone sneaked off in my car during my physio session lol...I'll have a chat to him about it.


 



 


Since it was your dad, write in again and get the ticket changed into his name. So you won't get recorded as being guilty. Even if your dad pays it for you, you would still have to declare that ticket for things like insurance otherwise.




And to avoid the demerit points.


 


Say what now? You only incur demerit points when you're pulled over by Police.


Otherwise I wouldn't have a license left based on the way my wife collects tickets.



I stand corrected.

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