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I know that if you dont receive a speeding camera notice within 14 days it can be deemed as not received under the road traffic act. But if you drive a car while on sorn and get a letter telling you t… Read More
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
I know that if you dont receive a speeding camera notice within 14 days it can be deemed as not received under the road traffic act. But if you drive a car while on sorn and get a letter telling you they have photo evidence car was on road, does the 14 days rule still apply?
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
No - Don't drive your car when it is on SORN.
#2
If you're thinking of driving on SORN, (of which your question seems to hint you will/have), I sincerely hope you get stopped.
#3
When you can drive your vehicle

You can only drive a vehicle with a SORN on a public road to go to or from a pre-booked MOT or other testing appointment. You face court prosecution and a fine of up to £2,500 if you use it on the road for any other reason. oO

Taken from gov website.
#4
SORN is there for a reason and if you abuse that then you deserve the penalties.

Edited By: robertr on Apr 15, 2017 09:50
#5
Two different offenses. The time limit is only there for the speeding offense. If you drive while SORN and they get a picture they will take you to court, no time limit.
#6
No, the 14 day limit relating to the notice of intended prosecution doesn't apply to that offence.
#7
If, you are not going for an MOT, then you could classed as driving uninsured.
#8
Thanks for all replies, i did think of taking the chance as I'm due to tax end of month, but i'll hang on
#9
Nope, 6 months to start proceedings at the magistrates court. Usual practice is to offer out of court penalty first.


Edited By: DAMNOME on Apr 15, 2017 10:22
#10
court and driving ban hopefully as you'll be driving without insurance

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