I have a parking ticket from Armtrac,I had a valid ticket ,but the weather was so windy ,I assume it blew it over to the wrong side when shutting the car door,I have appealled sending them a copy of the valid ticket explaining what happened, but no luck ,should I fight them,also on the parking fine at the bottom it states .If payment is not received we will contact the DVLA to request vehicle keepers details and a notice will be sent to the keeper requesting payment.Can they do this , or is it just bullying tactics.
Province/Country relating to question : Cornwall
apealling,with a copy of valid ticket,explaining the situation
HiThank you for your question and welcome to Just Answer. I will try to help with this. Please RATE my answer OK SERVICE or above.Have you admitted being the driver yet?
Yes,also on the fine ticket ,the inspector has written ticket unreadable,acknowledgment of the fact there was a ticket.
So have you admitted being the driver?
yes I have admitted to being the driver
Thats a shame. You would have walked away with nothing.What did you say on that point exactly?
I received the parking ticket,and replied with my appeal,so I presume that I admitted being the driver,if I refuse to pay does it go to the small claims court.do you know anything on the dvla question I asked
Would it be possible for you to give me the information I asked for?It will change everything.
I am sorry,what exactly do you wish to know
Sorry, I need to know whether you have admitted being the DRIVER ? If so, what exactly did you say on that specific point?
I am the registered owner,I wrote to appeal the fine ,so that admits that I was the driver.
Please could you try to focus on this. It will change everything. It matters not whether you have appealed the fine or whether you are the registered keeper.What I need to know if have you admitted being the DRIVER?I'm afraid I will have to opt out if we cannot get to the bottom of this as I can take the matter no futher.
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