yes ive admited that i was driver
i do but not as fast as they are saing.plus there were no sings of them taking pistures and they were sationary right behing right hand bend (therefore fairly hard to spot) of drivers also it was on dual carriage way and i presumed that there is 40 mhp limit as from one side that road has not even got houses (build up area)
yeah kind of thought that youll say waht you just said -(.
ok so thats plaed guilty but go to court to try to soften things up if possible and offer then that iam willing to under go speed awarness course or pay higher fine to try lower thee points they want me to put on my license .
there is 1 last thing - they forgot to enclose statement of means form ..!
what shall i do ?
shall help and download one fill it and bring it with me to court?
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