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Are the forums saying that it's not enforceable because they cannot identify the driver?
No - just say they are not enforceable at all.
This is often the reason they give for them not being enforceable. Basically, though, so long as the landowner has given consent to Parking Eye to operate on its land, the charges will be enforceable. I personally got one of these some time back, and researched the law very carefully, and was disappointed that there is now no way out of this.
This is all since a change of the law by the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012, which allows ticket companies to just go after the owner of the car now, so it's no longer possible to rely on the old ways of avoiding these which was to deny being the driver. The law was changed to avoid this defence.
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