i want to know if i have a good enough case with all the proof in black and white to take dvl a to court. i have proof i passed my test and proof i purchased a car on hp within 3 weeks of passing,proof from the garage and fiat auto finance that i had a full licence,proof that i leased a van for 4 years,all of this requires a full licence by law. dvl a are saying i must retake my test ,i don't see why i should as its their mistake,i should never ever of had to get this proof. how can they go on denying this ,As they are saying i only have a provisional they must have lied to fiat finance and fiat finance must have lied to the garage where bought the car ,I also worked for Avis car rentals ,although i have no paper work to prove this i do have 2 witnesses that worked with me and willing to swear on oath that i had a full licence.
Hello, 17th August 2000.
Yes,thats exactly what they're saying,even after all the proof iv'e sent them ,I have written to Simon Tse the executive ,they say that the only way i can prove it is to send the counterfoil part ,but they know i haven't got that bit. They have no record of me what so ever ,I thought it was there responsibility to keep our records safe.I think its against my human rights to make me take my test again. Craig.
Yes ,but i sent it to them soon after passing,then on the 08/09/2000 it was confirmed by them that they had received it to be updated to a full through a fax by Fiat Auto Financial services,ref no XXXXXXXXXXX
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