I was passing through the active traffic management gantries. Gantry 6514B took the picture. With difficulty in the low sun I was able to see some signage which I thought applied to the M42 stating obstruction on slip road or similar. I could not read the speed on the signs which I thought applied to the M42 and I cannot recall anything visible for the M6 on which I was travelling. In answer to your question I understand what the overhead gantries are for but I cannot recall any signage applying to the M6.
I have a dilema. I am changing my job starting on 11th June and a ban would not be a good start. If I plead guilty by post and am summoned for a separate sitting approximately how long would it take to reschedule, is there a set period? Is it not deemed favourable to plead guilty by post.?
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