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So, in short, he is prosecuted for no insurance?
And you believe you are insured?
But can we try to distill this? Is this basically that he is or he isn't insured? Just one either yes or no would be great.
In that case, you just ignore the offer they've made, wait to see if they prosecute, and if they do, show an insurance certificate and the matter should fall away.
You could always send it in now but that doesn't mean you won't be prosecuted.
But if he is insured, there is no realistic prospect of a conviction.
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