Were you speeding?
Sorry if I am missing the point then but what would be your challenge to this?
No, but that isn't a defence.
If there are two offences then there are two offfences.
They may offer the speed awareness for one or they may not because of the pending prosecution of the other.
It depends really upon their view of the situation.
I suppose you could judicially review any decision that was adverse but that would cost several thousand pounds.
The purpose of sentencing is not to deter though. It is to punish, protect society and rehabilitate. The emphasis these days is really on the first two.
No, not usually.
It depends whether they are aware of the other matter.
I'm not sure why you would have to?
Are we at cross purposes?
I am never involved in the billing. You would need to email customer services about that.
I do think there is a separate charge for phone calls.
Then you just tell them it is with the DVLA.
You can't lie obviously but you can say nothing. If you cannot submit your licence because of overlap then probably they will find out.