Are you the registered keeper?
If this is a lease car then the keeper would normally be the lease company.
But the registered keeper is a simple matter of fact.
It depends who is the registered keeper.
The obligation is to send a NIP out to the registered keeper within 14 days of the offence of to stop the driver at the scene.
When it reaches the actual driver is a non issue.
If you are the registered keeper then they may be late unless they could argue they took reasonable steps. Usually that is to do with some error at the DVLA but that is rare.
Most likely the lease company are the keeper and they received notification in time.
In any event though, that does not discharge you from your S172 responsibility to name the driver. If you don’t do that they will just prosecute you for failing to identify.
Can I clarify anything for you?
just ask the lease company.
You can also ask the DVLa but that is slow.
No problem and all the best.
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