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M25 EPPING, NR M/POST 5563A - variable speed limit, Threads merged
post Thu, 15 Feb 2018 - 12:09
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My wife got a NIp stating she was doing 68mph exceding a variable speed limit of 50mph
by NR M/POST 5563A

She is convinced there where not variable speed limit sign up at the time, and the fact she was doing 68 suggests the road was clear.

how can i find out if the gantry signes were on?

googling the gantry number flags up alot of freedom in information requests for the same gantry number. could it be afaulty and catching people incorectly??
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post Tue, 17 Jul 2018 - 13:37
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QUOTE (Plasticcouch81 @ Tue, 17 Jul 2018 - 14:17) *
We did not fill out a MC100, however my wifes earnings are alot less than 450!! she only does three days a week

To be honest that was pretty daft. The only time it's worth 'forgetting' to fill it out is when the earnings are over the £440 nominal. Does that mean she didnt bother informing the court about the lost licence as well?

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