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Yes, It is fixed penalty fine. again I would say I have done mistake but it was more of a ignorance than mistake.
I can not really Understand your answer as I am not familiar with law terms. Can you please explain in more simpler terms. Also I would like to ask again is there any chance that I will not be given Fixed Penalty points if I plea guilty and ask for sympathy as I was insured and this has been charged for not being insured. Also I was not doing this work out of my leisure time just to make few extra quid. Please can you explain if I want to appeal against it what would be the best grounds.
Thanks for your reply, my point is I except that i do not have any grounds but I am not appealing against decision. I am asking for sympathy. As I need my licence due to my wife's situation. I am asking your expert opinion that is there any way I can retain my licence?
But my Licence is less than 2 years old. And 6 points means immediate disqualification. Can you please describe how to appeal or request to court not to disqualify my licence due to my situation?
I am not satisfied with your answer. It seems like you are not ready to provide any advise on how to request for sympathy. You are expert in the field off-course there are cases where people have requested for sympathy and have been successful in their applications. I am just asking for your help on how to do it to avoid disqualification.
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