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PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2007 17:37 
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Hi, I was caught speeding in Leicester City centre doing 41 in a 30 on a long wide road that wasn't busy. I have just filled out my NIP and am waiting for what they dish out to me.

Problem is, I went down the same road 1 week later, and of course was unaware at the time that I had been caught 1 week before. Now I am crossing my fingers that I wont be done again (2nd Fine)

Does anyone know how the system works on this one, I would have thought that I wouldn't have had chance to learn from my first mistake 1 week before and therefore they should just caution me for the 2nd one (If it happens)

It was one of those twin lens camera's that has a red lens on one and clear on the other.

Any idea's please?

Many thanks in advance

CM


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2007 17:42 
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Currymonster wrote:
...I would have thought that I wouldn't have had chance to learn from my first mistake 1 week before and therefore they should just caution me for the 2nd one (If it happens)


I'm sorry but common sense does not apply to speed camera prosecutions.

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I would visit http://forums.pepipoo.com/index.php?autocom=nipwizard

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