Speeding ticket confusion - unsure who was driving

My boss received a speeding ticket for our company van. The notice of intended prosecution (NIP) was sent to our old company address. As a result we've received it some seven weeks late. The problem is, given the time that has passed, we cannot recall who was driving.

We asked the police to send us photo, but it just shows the back of the van and not the driver. What should we do?

Asked on 5 August 2016 by janice hamilton

Answered by Honest John
Difficult law here. You are actually obliged to keep records of who is driving the van when. But if you guess who it was you could get severely done for 'Perverting the Course of Justice'. So you need to sit down with your drivers and 'diligently' work out who it could possibly have been.
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