Here are the government notes on that notice.
You are to have a read of it and then come back to me with any queries, I would be happy to answer for you.
how long has he been driving for?
What was the offence?
Does he have any other points?
A Driver’s Awareness Course is unlikely to be an option. Because this is failure to identify the driver of a vehicle which is alleged to be speeding, rather than speeding itself, then Drivers Awareness course is unlikely to be an option because it was a breach of a statutory duty to identify the driver which was the problem, rather than the fact that he was speeding.
If he gets convicted, it carries 6 points and a fine of up to £1000. The penalty for failing to identify is actually worse than that the speeding which would have been three points and a fixed penalty of £100 and the possibility of a Driver’s Awareness Course.
I’m sorry that I cannot give you a more favourable answer.
Pleading exceptional hardship will not work to avoid the points.
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