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    if i'm 1st driver are penalties delivered to my address

    Hi everyone
    When i was 2nd driver on my dads insurance fines and penalties would get delivered to his address. I wanted to know whether now that im 1st driver of my own insurance would penalties be delivered to my address?
    Thanks in advance.

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    fines and penalties are delivered to the registered keeper on the logbook.. Not who it's insured under.

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    serialthrilla

    fines and penalties are delivered to the registered keeper on the … fines and penalties are delivered to the registered keeper on the logbook.. Not who it's insured under.



    this

    but if you lie about not being the driver you are in massive trouble because the owner of the vehicle is legally obliged to know who is driving the car at all times.

    So either they tell the authorities you were driving else they get convicted themselves on a far more serious charge of obstruction.
    Edited by: "YouDontWantToKnow" 25th Feb

    YouDontWantToKnow

    thisbut if you lie about not being the driver you are in massive trouble … thisbut if you lie about not being the driver you are in massive trouble because the owner of the vehicle is legally obliged to know who is driving the car at all times. So either they tell the authorities you were driving else they get convicted themselves on a far more serious charge of obstruction.



    If they get caught if your dad has no points let him take the wrap it happens all the time as long as you stick to your story

    YouDontWantToKnow

    thisbut if you lie about not being the driver you are in massive trouble … thisbut if you lie about not being the driver you are in massive trouble because the owner of the vehicle is legally obliged to know who is driving the car at all times. So either they tell the authorities you were driving else they get convicted themselves on a far more serious charge of obstruction.



    ​Don't tell them anything.

    The penalty goes to the registered owner. They either accept it was them driving or say who was. Don't know isn't an option on the letter.

    Think your all wrong, if i am a named driver, and i get pulled over by police for speeding or what ever, i get the points on my licence surely ? as thats what you show police.
    Edited by: "Daytrader" 25th Feb

    Daytrader

    Think your all wrong, if i am a named driver, and i get pulled over by … Think your all wrong, if i am a named driver, and i get pulled over by police for speeding or what ever, i get the points on my licence surely ? as thats what you show police.




    people aren't talking about getting pulled up by the police. obviously if caught by police then they prosecute the driver of the vehicle committing the offence.

    the question is about getting caught by a speed camera or similar and who do the police contact ? the answer is that they contact the registered keeper of the vehicle.

    jonnithomas

    people aren't talking about getting pulled up by the police. obviously if … people aren't talking about getting pulled up by the police. obviously if caught by police then they prosecute the driver of the vehicle committing the offence.the question is about getting caught by a speed camera or similar and who do the police contact ? the answer is that they contact the registered keeper of the vehicle.


    Ah i see, silly me.

    Don't tell him pike

    Deny everything, Baldrick.

    waterloo

    Don't tell him pike


    Your name shall also go into ze book

    In the case of speed cameras, If you are caught speeding - The owner of the car will be sent a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) detailing the offence and a document called a section 172 notice.

    Whether you agree with the NIP or not you must complete the section 172 notice declaring who was driving the car at the time of the offence within 28 days.

    It is a separate offence to fail to provide the information requested on a Section 172 form, this offence will normally require a magistrates court hearing.

    warweezil

    In the case of speed cameras, If you are caught speeding - The owner of … In the case of speed cameras, If you are caught speeding - The owner of the car will be sent a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) detailing the offence and a document called a section 172 notice.Whether you agree with the NIP or not you must complete the section 172 notice declaring who was driving the car at the time of the offence within 28 days.It is a separate offence to fail to provide the information requested on a Section 172 form, this offence will normally require a magistrates court hearing.



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