Hello Alex,Only when the officer informed him he was not insured he found out.
I gathered logically the car is not worth the time as it's worth £300 and was going to sold anyway. To obtain insurance for a month it would cost over £300, making it non viable to get the car back
On the basis that you state my dad plead guilty and asks to consider," special reasons" what the worse possible outcome by going to court? Would he have to hire a lawyer also?
I ask because I reed that sometimes by going to court the penalty could be even stronger
I have to also state that the insurance was with my sister his daughter with him as a named driver and she's not in the country at present as she migrated.
What points should the email/ letter state from my sister's side?
Would a court just accept an email?
Is our chat going to be sent to my email address so i have it on record and sit with my dad to talk him through your points?He is not so tech savvy with computers and technology like this.
If there's more questions after I rate am i able to ask you again through this medium or do I pay again?
You have been clear and very precise with me, if there are more points or questions I shall return like Detective Columbo to ask more questions.Thank you for your time and efficiency towards me, enjoy your evening and weekend.
In relation to my previous question.
When stating that my sister sold the car to my cousin thus changing the named owner of the vehicle on paper, does that mean as my sister sold the car and he knew it was sold my dad should have known he was not covered by insurance thus making him liable of the offence and outside the claim for, "special reason"?