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and you have had the same address the whole time?
I'm not sure what your question is?
Obviously i will not know the location of the incident?
On what basis?
You seem to accept the offence?
You mean you received the summons in July or the original NIP?
It does. There may or may not be explanations for that. The problem with that is though is that you have pleaded guilty and so would have to get the guilty plea vacated to appeal conviction. That is quite hard to do and you are taking the risk that they don't have an explanation.
You could appeal the sentence but the penalty points are the minimum they can impose for this speed in this speed limit. The fine would depend on your income but it would also include costs of £85 and about £50 for the surcharge.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Depends on your income really.
Generally speaking, fines do not tend to decrease on appeal. It is a risk.