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wwstwh
post Wed, 10 Apr 2019 - 13:28
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Part one (background)

June 2018:
> Paid for a crossing at exactly 00:00 (midnight), i.e. with no a second to spare.
> Received a PCN/offer to pay late
> Ignored it since I had already paid, I was quite sure
> Received a full PCN
> Appealed that I had in fact paid "by midnight" as required
> Appeal accepted, PCN cancelled

Part two (main story)

February 2019:
> Completely forgot to pay two crossings
> Received a full PCN with no offer
> Told that I can't receive the conventional warning offer, because this was my second time ^
> Appealed that the first PCN was withdrawn, so I should be given a blank slate
> Appeal denied
> Appealed via independent adjudicators laying out the same case (Yes I had technically "received" a PCN in the last, but it was cancelled, so I should be given the conventional first-offence warning this time around)
> Authority pre-empted adjudicator decision and offered that I pay the original crossings only
> Accepted


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post Mon, 29 Apr 2019 - 13:27
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Sounds like an outbreak of common sense there.
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