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Yes - it was posted by second class mail on 17 August 2015
The offence allegedly took place on 11 July - which was a Saturday. I was working that day. I'm fairly certain my girlfriend also came into London with me because we were going away on holiday, and she needed to buy some things before we left. Both of us are insured to drive the vehicle. We regularly drive each other's vehicles (I am also insured on hers). And it happens so often that we rarely give it a thought. The problem now, of course, is that nearly 6 weeks have passed - so trying to remember who was driving at that precise moment is going to be difficult.
Sorry - I probably didn't explain myself as clearly as I could have!
We both travelled into London together; I went off to work and met up with her after before travelling back together again later that evening.
We discussed it (at length!!) last night, and between us have genuinely drawn a blank.
The car was with me during the day, as I parked it at my office. I do take your point, actually, that if I was driving when we met back up it's possible that we didn't swap over. Which would logically leave me as the driver.
It's difficult to explain to somebody without asking them to take things on trust, but we genuinely do share our driving around. We'd have to try and think back - it is possible we could have swapped especially if, for example, I'd driven in. And central London is still some 6 miles from my office, so I might well have wanted a rest by that point!
Would it be easier to just nominate myself as the driver??