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Yes they do. It is consistent to my V5.
In the witness statements is a copy of the Intention to Prosecute and albeit Ashfield is spelt ASHFLD the information is correct
I'm not aware of any issues. However, I was away (business & holiday)during the first 3 weeks of October when the notice would have potentially arrived. So you can imagine that we had quite a lot of post on our return on the 25th. It "could" have fell inside one of the many flyers (which I recycle straight away.) but I'm confident it wasn't. There was also no reminder at any point, is that standard????
Same property for 22 years.
There is no mention (or copy) of any reminder in the "pack" I have just received. There are two ambiguous statements about the equipment working properly at the time.
I was travelling to the airport from work and it would have been myself driving. I was picking up a colleague and the flight was early evening so I was by no means in a rush. The alleged offence is on a dual carriageway with a central reservation but a low limit. I wouldn't be contesting it was me and my fault had I received any notice.
No at that point, it's a 40mph limit, I was recorded at 56mph. It changes to 50 just a little further on and 70 about half a mile after that. I'm not trying to justify the speed but it's a down hill section and just after a roundabout. Having considered the information and revisited the site (and not wanting to appear at all cynical) it's easy to see why a mobile camera might be positioned there. As I've said, I wouldn't have contested that I was speeding had I received ANY notification.
I have a "form" to fill in which asks for my plea on both counts.
I am quite prepared to plead guilty on the speeding offence (I know it was me and accept I must have been speeding.) But do I plead guilty to the second offence and write this in the mitigating circumstances? Or do I plead not guilty and await a court appearance??