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To begin with, the letter from the court did not state summons r have it as the title.
Secondly, it is the owner of the car - my partner, who is being asked to attend court and not the diver.
Yes, she was insured then but has since refused to drive and had her name taken off the insurance but not the car.
The person abroad was not really the driver but asked an uninsured to drive and has accepted responsibility.
I would say yes/no, the family friend admitted the offence when the ticket came in and he was asked because he had then asked to use the car. It was after writing to the police and through conversation that she realised he made a friend drive him around
It wasn't the guy she mentioned - the one abroad who admitted the offence. Apparently a flat mate who lives at the same address.
It was by accident.
The family friend asked to use the car and admitted using it and went to the extent to provide letter admitting the offence.
Yes, she did.
Many thanks, but just to say, she pleaded guilty with explanation - which she provided when she sent the forms in. Does that make any difference to the case?
And what if she does not attend and sends driving licence? Would she get a fine or what next?
In this case where she holds a foreign driving licence- Holland, will the points apply? And would it affect the fine amount?
Should she send the driving licence?
Thanks a lot and all the best.