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If you do not receive any further documentation within 14 days of submitting a signed admission to this office you must contact us by telephone or in writing to prevent this matter proceeding to court unnecessarily.
It may also be advisable for you to contact DVLA to ensure their records are updated.
Q6. The Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) is dated more than 14 days after the alleged offence. Do I still need to reply?
Q7. I have received a reminder but have already admitted being the driver on the initial request for information
Q8. I have received a reminder but have already nominated another driver on the initial request for information
Q17. I haven’t received a Conditional Offer of Fixed Penalty or further correspondence; what should I do?
|Speed Limit||Speed Awareness Threshold||Speed Limit||Speed Awareness Threshold|
|30 mph||Up to and including 42 mph||60 mph||Up to and including 75 mph|
|40 mph||Up to and including 53 mph||70 mph||Up to and including 86 mph|
|50 mph||Up to and including 64 mph|
Thresholds for National What's Driving Us Course offers in Lancashire in relation to Red Light offences are noted below:
|Time into Red||Outcome|
|Up to 2.9 seconds||Diversionary Course or Fixed Penalty|
|3.0 seconds and above||Prosecution|
The following conditions must also apply for a course offer to be made:
- You must have admitted to being the driver within 4 months of the alleged offence.
- You must not have completed or be in the process of completing (i.e. booked and paid) a diversionary course for a previous offence which occurred within 3 years of this offence.
- You must provide us with your driving licence number on your admission and your licence must be in your correct name (e.g. if you have married and not changed your licence we cannot offer you a course)