No, its the prosecution who have to prove you were driving the car, although if you try this route and fail (because you actually were driving the car) then youll land yourself in a whole load of sh*te.Quote: Originally posted by TB1 on 08 November 2002
87 in a 50!!
If you have been caught then you may as well pay the fine, it doesnt matter whos car it is as your the registered owner and therefore are liable to any fines to that car (unless you can prove otherwise).
Road conditions etc may be taken into account but the fact is that your doing nearly 80% more speed in that speed limit, if your lucky you may get off with 6 points and a fine, if you try to fight it and come off worse then your looking at more than 6 points and a bigger fine in most cases.
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