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NIP - Speeding 48mph in 40mph roadworks section with company car
GoodMan111
post Sun, 8 Oct 2017 - 18:53
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Hi,
I am UK company director and was driving our UK company car (registered in my name). I have a EU driving licence.

We're sent a NIP for speeding = 48mph in 40mph roadworks section. First ever speeding offence. I am a careful driver.

I can't remember the signage but there are 50mph and 40mph signs within close proximity.

The NIP is dated 3rd of Oct and it arrived on the 5th or 6th.

What to do and what not to do?

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post Wed, 25 Oct 2017 - 18:27
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QUOTE (GoodMan111 @ Wed, 25 Oct 2017 - 10:20) *
OK. driving license nr is ok; it is my newly issued number. I previously looked at my old nr.

However, when trying to book the course 'The driving licence number cannot be found in our database: Please check and try again.'

What now?

Why are you trying to book a course, when you have paid the fixed penalty?
You can't do both, and once payment has been recorded, eligibility for the course is immediately removed, and so any attempt to book will result in a message advising that the driving licence number is invalid.
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